The Sermon Outline Bible Commentary—also known as the Sermon Bible—gathers thousands of pages of classic homiletic literature from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The 12-volume set contains nearly 4,800 sermon outlines, arranged from Genesis to Revelation. Edited by William Robertson Nicoll, the Sermon Bible contains material from G.C. Morgan, Alexander Maclaren, C.H. Spurgeon, H.P. Liddon, Henry Alford, and more. This insightful commentary highlights the very best English preaching, and will become an invaluable resource in the library of any preacher.
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William Robertson Nicoll (1851–1923) was a pastor, journalist, and editor. He studied at the University of Aberdeen until 1874, when he was ordained as a minister. He served as the editor of The Expositor and British Weekly.