Commentaries

Old Testament

Genesis

C.C. Crawford

        Vol. 01

        Vol. 02

        Vol. 03

        Vol. 04


Exodus

Leviticus

Numbers

Deuteronomy

Joshua

Judges

Ruth

1 Samuel

2 Samuel

1 Kings

2 Kings

1 Chronicles

2 Chronicles

Ezra

Nehemiah

Esther

Job

Psalm

Proverbs

C_C_ CrawfordEcclesiastes

Song of Solomon

Isaiah

Jeremiah

Lamentations

Ezekiel


Daniel

Paul T. Butler: Daniel


Hosea

Joel

Amos

Obadiah

Jonah

Micah

Nahum

Habakkuk

Zephaniah

Haggai

Zechariah

Malachi




New Testament

Matthew

Harold Fowler: Matthew

                           Vol. 01

                           Vol. 02

                            Vol. 03

                            Vol. 04


Mark

Don DeWelt: Gospel of Mark


Luke

J. S. Lamar: The NT Commentary

Paul Butler: Luke


John

Paul Butler: Gospel of John

                      Vol. 01

                      Vol. 02


Acts

Don DeWelt: Acts Made Actual

John W. McGarvey:New Commentary on Acts.  Study questions here


Romans

Isaiah Boone Grubbs

Moses Lard

David Lipscomb


1 Corinthians

T.R. Applebury: Studies in First Corinthians [also covers 2 Corinthians]

Paul T. Butler: Studies in First Corinthians.



2 Corinthians

T.R. Applebury: Studies in First Corinthians [also covers 2 Corinthians]

Paul T. Butler: Studies in Second Corinthians.


Galatians

Don Earl Boatman: Guidance from Galatians


Ephesians

Wilbur Fields: A Study of Ephesians


Philippians

Colossians

1 Thessalonians

2 Thessalonians

1 Timothy

2 Timothy

Titus

Philemon


Hebrews

Isaiah Boone Grubbs: Hebrews Class Notes

Robert Milligan: Epistle to the Hebrews

Don Earl Boatman: Helps From Hebrews


James

Donald Fream: James and Jude


1 Peter

2 Peter

1 John

2 John

3 John


Jude

Donald Fream: James and Jude (see above)


Revelation

A good source of information on the early Latin Commentaries is

Alexander Souter: The Earliest Latin Commentaries


The earliest commentary on Revelation is dated to about 170 AD, by Biship of Sardis, Melito. We know it once existed, as Eusebius mentions it his Ecclesiastical History, 4.26. Melito defended the Christians in his Fragments of Bishop Melito of Sardis, known as "the Philosopher."


The next earliest commentary on Revelation is by Bishop Gaius Marius Victorinus, written about 260 AD.

Gaius Marius Victorinus: Commentary on the Apocalypse.  

Victorinus has a recaputulation understanding of the Apocalypse, which from this very early date destroys both the Preterist and Futurist theories of the book.


Isbon T. Beckwith: The Apocalypse of John.  Preterist

E.W. Bullinger: Commentary on Revelation

S. J. Case: The Millennial Hope

S.J. Case: The Revelation of John

Robert H. Charles: Preterist-liberal

     Studies in the Apocalypse v01.  

     Studies in the Apocalypse v02.

Barton W Johnson: Vision of the Ages

J. L.Martin:  Voice of the Seven Thunders_Or Lectures on the Apocalypse

William Milligan: The Revelation Of St. John

William Ramsay:  Letters to the Seven Churches

Joseph A. Seiss (dispensationalist):  

     The Apocalypse  v01

     The Apocalypse  v02

     The Apocalypse  v03

William H. Simcox: Revelation of St John

Justin A. Smith: Commentary on Revelation

James D Strauss: Revelation

Moses Stuart:  Preterist

     Commentary on the Apocalypse Vol. 1.  

     Commentary on the Apocalypse Vol. 2.  

Henry B. Swete: Apocalypse Of St John.  Preterist

Lee G. Tomlinson: Revelation

Richard Chenevix Trench: Commentary on the epistles to the seven churches in Asia

Adam C. Welch: Daniel and Revelation







These commentaries are provided for the astute student of the Bible.  Some are very liberal.  Some are very  conservative.  Study with discretion, but study.

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