Series: Evangelical Press Study Commentary

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Genesis Volume 1 (Evangelical Press Study Commentary) (Vol 1) by John D. Currid1.1
Genesis Chapters 25:19-50:26 (Ep Study Commmentary Series) by John D. Currid1.2
Exodus, Volume 1: Chapters 1-18 (An EP Study Commentary) by John D. Currid2.1
Exodus Volume 2: Chapters 19-40 (Evangelical Press Study Commentary) (Chapters 19-40 Vol 2) by John D. Currid2.2
Leviticus (Ep Study Commentary) by John D. Currid3
Numbers (Ep Study Commentary) by John D. Currid4
Deuteronomy (Evangelical Press Study Commentary) by John D. Currid5
Job (Evangelical Press Study Commentary) by Hywel R. Jones18
A Study Commentary on Isaiah, Volume 1: Chapters 1-39 (Ep Study Commentary) by John L. Mackay23.1
A Study Commentary on Daniel (Ep Study Commentary) by Allan M. Harman27
Micah (Ep Study Commentary) by Dale Ralph Davis33
Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi (Ep Study Commentary) by Iain M. Duguid37
John: Volume 1 Chapters 1-12 (Evangelical Press Study Commentary) (Chapters 1-12 Vol 1) by Gordon J. Keddie43.1
John: Volume 2 Chapters 13-21 (Evangelical Press Study Commentary) (Chapters 13-21 Vol 2) by Gordon J. Keddie43.2
1 Corinthians (Ep Study Commmentary Series) by Peter Naylor46
2 Corinthians: Volume 1 Chapters 1-7 (Evangelical Press Study Commentary) (Chapters 1-7 Vol 1) by Peter Naylor47.1
2 Corinthians: Volume 2 Chapters 8-13 (Evangelical Press Study Commentary) (Chapters 8-13 Vol 2) by Peter Naylor47.2
Galatians (Ep Study Commentary) by Peter Barnes48

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  1. Exodus: A Mentor Commentary by John L. Mackay (2001)
  2. 1 Kings: The Wisdom and the Folly (Focus on the BIble) by Dale Ralph Davis (2002)
  3. A Study Commentary on 1 and 2 Timothy by William B. Barcley (2005)
  4. Numbers: God's Presence in the Wilderness (Preaching the Word) by Iain M. Duguid (2006)
  5. A Study Commentary on Ephesians by Harry Uprichard (2004)
  6. The Message of Exodus: The Days of Our Pilgrimage by J. A. Motyer (2005)
  7. Galatians (Reformed Expository Commentary) by Philip Graham Ryken (2005)
  8. Joshua: No Falling Words (Focus on the Bible) by Dale Davis Ralph (1988)
  9. Ezekiel (Ep Study Commentaries) by Peter Naylor (2011)
  10. Travelling Homeward (Exodus) (Welwyn Commentary Series) by Michael Bentley (1999)
  11. 1 and 2 Thessalonians (Evangelical Press Study Commentary) by Robert J. Cara (2009)
  12. Exodus and Leviticus for Everyone by John Goldingay (2010)
  13. Leviticus (Apollos Old Testament Commentary) by Nobuyoshi Kiuchi (2007)
  14. Isaiah Vol 2 (Ep Study Commentary) by John Mackay (2009)
  15. Notes, critical and practical, on the book of Exodus by George Bush (1981)

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