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Series: Gospel Advocate New Testament Commentaries

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A Commentary on the Gospel According to Matthew by H. Leo Boles1
A commentary on the New Testament Epistles by David Lipscomb
A Commentary on the Gospel According to Mark by C. E. W. Dorris2
A Commentary on the Gospel According to Luke by H. Leo Boles3
A Commentary on the Gospel According to John by David Lipscomb4 (Original Set)
A Commentary on the Gospel According to John by Guy N. Woods4 (New Set)
A Commentary on Acts of the Apostles by H. Leo Boles5
A commentary on the New Testament Epistles, Volume 1 : Romans by David Lipscomb6
A commentary on the New Testament Epistles, Volume 2 : First Corinthians by David Lipscomb7
A commentary on the New Testament Epistles, Volume 3 : Second Corinthians and Galatians by David Lipscomb8
A commentary on the New Testament Epistles, Volume 4 : Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians by David Lipscomb9
A commentary on the New Testament Epistles, Volume 5 : I, II Thessalonians, I, II Timothy, Titus and Philemon by David Lipscomb10
A commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews by Robert Milligan11
A Commentary on the Epistle of James by Guy N. Woods12
A Commentary on the New Testament Epistles of Peter, John, and Jude by Guy N. Woods13
A Commentary on the Book of Revelation by John T. Hinds14

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