Albert Barnes is a well-known author respected around the world for his 26-volume Bible commentary series, Barnes’ Notes on the Old and New Testaments. His Notes were derived from his studying, teaching, and preaching experiences as a Presbyterian pastor. The Sermons of Albert Barnes collection presents many of his sermons and addresses, which were primarily about revival, salvation, and holy life.
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Albert Barnes (1798–1870) graduated in 1820 from Hamilton College in Clinton, New York and from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1823. He was ordained a pastor of the Presbyterian church in Morristown, New Jersey in 1825, where he served until 1830. He was an advocate of total abstinence from alcohol, was a staunch proponent of the abolition of slavery, and worked actively to promote Sunday school. His commentary on the entire New Testament and on portions of the Old, designed originally for his congregation in Philadelphia, sold more than one million copies before his death.