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The great texts of the Bible by James Hastingsset
Great Texts of the Bible: Genesis to Numbers (Volume 1) by Jim Hastings1
The Great Texts of the Bible Deuteronomy to Esther by James Hastings2
The Great Texts of the Bible: Job-Psalm 23 v. 3 by James Hastings3
The Great Texts of the Bible - vol. 4 by James Hastings4
The Great Texts of the Bible: Psalm 119 - Song of Songs by James Hastings5
The great texts of the Bible: Isaiah by James Hastings6
The Great Texts of the Bible Volume 7 by James Hastings7
The Great Texts of the Bible: Volume 8 Matthew by James Hastings8
The great texts of the Bible ; St. Mark by James Hastings9
The Great Texts of the Bible: St. Luke by James Hastings10
The Great Texts of the Bible: St. John I-XII by James Hastings11
St. John 13 - 21 by James Hastings12
THE GREAT TEXTS OF THE BIBLE Acts and Romans by James Hastings13
The Great Texts of the Bible: Romans 8 - 16 by James Hastings14
The great texts of the Bible: I Corinthians by James Hastings15
The Great Texts of the Bible: II Corinthians and Galatians by James Hastings16
The Great Texts of the Bible Volume17 Ephsians-Colossians by James Hastings17
The Great Texts Of The Bible Thessalonians To Hebrews by James Hastings18
The Great Texts of the Bible Volume 19 by James Hastings19
The Great Texts of the Bible: Revelation by James Hastings20
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  1. The Virgin Birth of Christ by James Orr (1907)
  2. 1 Samuel (Berit Olam Series) by David Jobling (1998)
  3. The Acts of the Apostles: Introduction and commentary (New Testament reading guide) by Neal M. Flanagan (1964)
  4. The Book of Genesis by Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum (2009)
  5. The book of the prophet Ezekiel by A. B. Davidson (1896)
  6. The Gospel Of Matthew: A Commentary On The Greek Text (New International Greek Testament Commentary) by John Nolland (2005)
  7. The Bible Exposition Commentary: Prophets (Old Testament Series) by Warren W. Wiersbe (2002)
  8. Daniel (Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries) by Joyce G. Baldwin (1978)
  9. Matthew: A Commentary. Volume 1: The Christbook, Matthew 1-12 by Frederick Dale Bruner (1987)
  10. The Family Bible Encyclopedia, Volume 1, AA-AN by Curtis Books (1972)
  11. The Layman's Bible commentary by Balmer H. Kelly (1959)
  12. Creation and Blessing: A Guide to the Study and Exposition of Genesis by Allen P. Ross (1988)
  13. Shall Never Perish by J. F. Strombeck (1936)
  14. The Books of Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi (Cambridge Bible Commentaries on the Old Testament) by Rex Mason (1977)
  15. The Inevitable Christ by J. D. Jones (1928)

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