Study the unabridged version of this popular Bible study tool. Written by three pastor-scholars in the late nineteenth century, A Commentary, Critical, Experimental, and Practical, on the Old and New Testaments was a favorite resource of C.H. Spurgeon and other evangelical preachers. Each volume begins with introductions to the biblical books, followed by the text of scripture and verse-by-verse commentary. The authors succinctly comment on nuances in the original languages and historical details. They survey varying scholarly opinions without talking over readers’ heads. This collection contains every word of the original 6 volumes, making it the definitive edition of a beloved resource.
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This final volume of the Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown commentaries examines the books of Acts through Revelation. A beloved resource since its publication in the nineteenth-century, A Commentary, Critical, Experimental, and Practical, on the Old and New Testaments is characterized by careful exegesis and relevant historical insight.
Robert Jamieson (1802–1880) was a clergyman and scholar influential in the Scottish church. He is the author of Eastern Manners Illustrative of the Old and new Testaments, Manners and Trials of the Primitive Christians and co-author of A Commentary, Critical, Experimental and Practical, on the Old and New Testaments.
David Brown (1803–1897) was professor of theology at Free Church College in the University of Aberdeen. He served as director of the National Bible Society of Scotland, the Evangelical Alliance, and the Alliance of the Reformed Churches. His works include The Restoration of the Jews, The Apocalypse, and Crushed Hopes Crowned in Death.
A.R. Fausset was a sometime scholar and gold medalist in classics at Trinity College in Dublin. He is a coauthor of A Commentary, Critical, Experimental and Practical, on the Old and New Testaments.