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Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible: Complete and Unabridged in One Volume

Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible: Complete and Unabridged in One Volume

Matthew Henry

| Hendrickson | 1994

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An eighteenth-century masterwork of learning and devotion, is commonly available in the original six-volume edition or in greatly abridged (or even re-written) one-volume editions. Now with the space saving technology of CD-ROM Logos is pleased to bring you the complete and unabridged edition of this time treasured work. Matthew Henry (1662-1714) studied law at Gray’s Inn and was ordained a Presbyterian minister in 1687. He served churches in Chester and in Hackney, near London. He began writing his famous commentary in 1701. Matthew Henry’s warm mix of scholarship and practical application has made his commentary a favorite of preachers and devotional readers alike for two hundred years.

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Matthew Henry (1662–1714) was an English Presbyterian Minister. His father, also a minister, was ejected under the Act of Uniformity of 1662. Matthew Henry abandoned legal studies for theology and became the minister of a congregation in Chester. He founded the Presbyterian Chapel in Trinity Street. He is best known for his Commentary on the Bible.