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An Exposition of the New Testament, Volumes 1–3

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Throughout his life, Gill sought to encourage and educate his congregation on the truths of Scripture, and this exposition on the books of the New Testament is meant for just that purpose. Written in a comprehensible and theologically sound manner, the first volume covers the first third of the New Testament. Gill’s second volume of interpretation on the New Testament continues in the vein of thoughtful and concise exposition as the first volume. The third volume concludes Gill’s expositional commentary on the New Testament. Written with the goal of practical application and the belief that sound doctrine influences daily life, Gill’s expositions will help every Christian make the Bible practical.

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“the argument is what the Jews call קל וחומר‎, from the lesser to the greater, and stands thus” (Volume 2, Page 21)

“commonwealth of Israel, and strangers to the covenants of promise” (Volume 2, Page 15)

“Who are not easily provoked to anger; who patiently bear, and put up with injuries and affronts; carry themselves courteously, and affably to all; have the meanest thoughts of themselves, and the best of others; don’t envy the gifts and graces of other men; are willing to be instructed and admonished, by the meanest of the saints: quietly submit to the will of God, in adverse dispensations of providence; and ascribe all they have, and are, to the grace of God.” (Volume 1, Page 37)

“That there are two wills in Christ, human and divine, is certain;” (Volume 1, Page 335)

“present state of things, being no part of the counsel” (Volume 2, Page 840)

His doctrinal and practical writings will live, and be admired, and be a standing blessing to posterity, when their opposers are forgotten, or only remembered by the refutations he has given them. While true religion and sound learning have a single friend remaining [. . .], the works and name of Gill will be precious and revered.

Augustus M. Toplady

For good, sound, massive, sober sense in commenting, who can excel Gill?

Charles Spurgeon

Taking its place among the truly famous theologies of this period, it deserves a niche in all representative collections of systems of theology. His mastery of ancient language and ancient writings, as well as of the Scriptures, is reflected not only in his theology but in his expositions.

Professor John F. Walvoord, Dallas Theological Seminary

  • Title: An Exposition of the New Testament, Volumes I–III
  • Author: John Gill
  • Series: The Baptist Commentary Series
  • Volume: I–III
  • Publisher: Mathews and Leigh
  • Print Publication Date: 1809
  • Logos Release Date: 2015
  • Era: era:modern
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Bible. N.T. › Commentaries
  • Resource ID: LLS:GILLEXPNT
  • Resource Type: Bible Commentary
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-02-12T03:27:31Z
John Gill

John Gill (1697–1771) was born in Kettering, Northamptonshire. He became a Baptist clergyman, a biblical scholar, and a staunch Calvinist. Gill was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Aberdeen in 1748. Gill pastored at Benjamin Keach’s former church, New Park Street Chapel. Later, he pastored what would become Charles Spurgeon’s Metropolitan Tabernacle for 51 years.

Gill is the first major Baptist theologian writer. His stance on Calvinism is somewhat a matter of debate. Some say Gill would not describe himself as hyper-Calvinist, while others contend that he indeed was.

Some of Gill’s most important academic works are The Doctrine of the Trinity Stated and Vindicated, The Cause of God and Truth, and A Body of Doctrinal Divinity, all of which appear in The Works of John Gill (19 vols.).


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