First published in 1900, these fifteen volumes provide notes for the entire Bible, specifically for pastors, students, and teachers of Scripture. This set is a practical and compelling overview of the Bible. Author James Comper Gray gives readable notes relating to various topics, such as historical background, context, definitions of terms, and Scripture cross-references. Biblical Encyclopedia and Museum: A Collection of Notes, Explanatory, Homilectic, and Illustrative, on the Holy Scriptures also features quotes from other theologians and Biblical thinkers, as well as literary figures throughout history, including Shakespeare and John Milton. Each volume contains an introduction, synopsis, and chronology. An index for the whole collection is provided in the final volume.
This volume will interest those in obtaining a historical and contextual view of the Bible, as well as students, pastors, and Bible Study leaders.
Please note that all fifteen volumes will display as a single resource in your difital library.
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