Item description for Barnes' Notes on the New Testament by Albert Barnes...
Overview "Trustworthy" and "reliable" are two words which have been universally applied to Barnes' Notes by Bible lovers of several generations - and now Barnes' complete Notes on the New Testament is available in one handy, easy-to-use volume to delight the Christian worker and Bible student. Verse-by-verse, Barnes covers the entire New Testament, carefully and understandably, explaining every verse and offering a practical application for Christian living.
Publishers Description A complete, unabridged, verse-by-verse commentary on the entire New Testament. (double-column pages)
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Studio: Kregel Classics
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 2.25" Width: 7.75" Height: 10" Weight: 4.25 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 1962
Publisher Kregel Publications
ISBN 0825422000 ISBN13 9780825422003
Availability 0 units.
More About Albert Barnes
Albert Barnes (1798-1870) received academic degrees from Hamilton College and Princeton Theological Seminary. He pastored the Presbyterian Church at Morristown, N.J. for five years before accepting the pastorate at the First Presbyterian Church in Philadephia. It was during his 37 years pastorate in Philadelphia that he found time to prepare his series of commentaries of which over two million copies have been sold in various editions.
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Conservative Reformed Scholarship May 30, 2004
Albert Barnes' Notes on the New Testament should be on every preacher's library shelf. This is a treasure trove of good Biblical scholarship and sermon material on the New Testament. While not as stimulating or controversial (creative?) as many of the modern critical commentaries, Barnes' commentaries gives us that refreshingly reverent and Biblical presentation of truths so lacking in today's books and pulpits. This present volume collects the original 11 volume set in one handy and affordable book (with really tiny print!). If, like me, you are a little tired of all those critical scholars who deconstruct everything you thought you once believed in, then you'll find this volume a breath of fresh air - and a good reminder of how our grandfathers used to handle the Word of God in such a reverent, humble and believing manner.
Excellent Resource May 28, 2000
Albert Barnes Notes on the New Testament is a must for any library. He exposits the Scripture better than any modern theologian. If you want to write better sermons or if you just want to grow in the Lord this is worth the read.