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Pulpit Commentary, Volume 01: Genesis & Exodus by H. D. M. Spence1
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 02: Leviticus & Numbers by H. D. M. Spence2
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 03: Deuteronomy, Joshua and Judges by H. D. M. Spence3
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 04: Ruth & Samuel by H. D. M. Spence4
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 05: I & II Kings by H. D. M. Spence5
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 06: 1 & 2 Chronicles by H. D. M. Spence6
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 07: Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther & Job by H. D. M. Spence7
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 08: Psalms by H. D. M. Spence8
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 09: Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon by H. D. M. Spence9
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 10: Isaiah by H. D. M. Spence10
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 11: Jeremiah & Lamentations by H. D. M. Spence11
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 12: Ezekiel by H. D. M. Spence12
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 13: Daniel, Hosea & Joel by H. D. M. Spence13
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 14: Amos-Malachi by H. D. M. Spence14
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 15: Matthew by H. D. M. Spence15
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 16: Mark, Luke by H. D. M. Spence16
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 17: John by H. D. M. Spence17
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 18: Acts & Romans by H. D. M. Spence18
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 19: 1 & 2 Corinthians by H. D. M. Spence19
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 20: Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians Colossians by H. D. M. Spence20
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 21: Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, James by H. D. M. Spence21
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 22: Peter, I-III John, Jude, Revelation by H. D. M. Spence22
Pulpit Commentary, Volume 23: General Index by H. D. M. Spence23
Pulpit Commentary (23 Volume Set) by H. D. M. Spence23 Volume Set

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Recommendations

  1. Exposition of Genesis, Volume I: Chapters 1-19 by H.C. Leupold (1942)
  2. Commentary on the Old Testament: The Pentateuch v. 1 by C. F. Keil (1864)
  3. All the Children of the Bible by Herbert Lockyer (1970)
  4. Notes on the New Testament, Explanatory and Practical: Revelation by Albert Barnes (1852)
  5. The Mission and Medium of the Holy Spirit by Foy E. Wallace, Jr. (1967)
  6. Commentary on the Old Testament: Isaiah v. 7 by C. F. Keil (1950)
  7. A Harmony of the Gospels by A. T. Robertson (1922)
  8. The focus of our faith by Monroe E. Hawley (1985)
  9. The Pulpit Commentary: 1 Kings by H. D. M. Spence (1911)
  10. The Expositor's Bible Commentary, Volume 11 by Frank E. Gaebelein (1978)
  11. Notes on the Book of Genesis by C. H. Mackintosh (1857)
  12. Hermeneutics by D. R. Dungan (1888)
  13. History of the Christian Church: Modern Christianity: The Swiss Reformation (Vol. 8) by Philip Schaff (1892)
  14. Protestant Christian Evidences by Bernard Ramm (1952)
  15. I Believe Because... A Study of the Evidence Supporting Christian Faith by Batsell Barrett Baxter (1971)

Series description

This is a 23-volume series. There is also a different set consisting of 77 volumes, called on LibraryThing The Pulpit Commentary


  1. Genesis, Exodus

  2. Leviticus, Numbers

  3. Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges

  4. Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel

  5. I & II Kings

  6. I & II Chronicles

  7. Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Job

  8. Psalms

  9. Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon

  10. Isaiah

  11. Jeremiah, Lamentations

  12. Ezekiel

  13. Daniel, Hosea, Joel

  14. Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi

  15. Matthew

  16. Mark, Luke

  17. John

  18. Acts, Romans

  19. I & II Corinthians

  20. Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians

  21. I & II Thessalonians, I & II Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, James

  22. I & II Peter, John, Jude

  23. Revelation

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