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Genesis Volume 1 (Evangelical Press Study Commentary) (Vol 1) by John D. CurridEPSC

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  1. Genesis Chapters 25:19-50:26 (Ep Study Commmentary Series) by John D. Currid (2003)
  2. Creation and Blessing: A Guide to the Study and Exposition of Genesis by Allen P. Ross (1988)
  3. Genesis (Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible) by R. R. Reno (2010)
  4. A Study Commentary on 1 and 2 Timothy by William B. Barcley (2005)
  5. 2 Samuel: Out of Every Adversity by Dale Ralph Davis (1999)
  6. Genesis 1-11 (Reformation Commentary on Scripture) by John L. Thompson (2012)
  7. The Message of Acts in the History of Redemption by Dennis E. Johnson (1997)
  8. Genesis: A Commentary by Bruce K. Waltke (2001)
  9. The Message of Exodus: The Days of Our Pilgrimage by J. A. Motyer (2005)
  10. Esther and Ruth (Reformed Expository Commentary) by Iain M. Duguid (2005)
  11. A commentary on the book of Genesis by James G Murphy (1987)
  12. Genesis 12-36 (Continental Commentary) by Claus Westermann (1981)
  13. Genesis: An Expositional Commentary, Vol. 1: Genesis 1-11 by James Montgomery Boice (1982)
  14. Exodus: Saved for God's Glory (Preaching the Word) by Philip Graham Ryken (2005)
  15. Pocket Commentary of the Bible The Book of Genesis by Basil F. C. Atkinson (1954)

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