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Introduction to the Bible, Volume 1, the Layman's Bible Commentary by Balmer H. Kelly1
The Book of Genesis; Volume 2 by Charles T. Fritsch2
Laymans Bible Commentary (Exodus) by B. Davie Napier3
The book of Leviticus ; the book of Numbers (The Layman's Bible commentary) by James Luther Mays4
The Book of Deuteronomy/ The Book of Joshua: The Layman's Bible Commentary Volume 5 by Edward P. Blair5
The Book of Judges/the Book of Ruth/the First and Second Books of Samuel (The Layman's Bible Commentary) by Eric C. Rust6
The First and Second Books of the Kings/the First and Second Books of the Chronicles by Robert C. Dentan7
THE LAYMAN'S BIBLE COMMENTARY VOL 8 THE BOOK OF EZRA THE BOOK OF NEHEMIAH THE BOOK OF ESTHER THE BOOK OF JOB by Balmer H. Kelly8
The Book of Psalms (The Layman's Bible Commentary) by Arnold B. Rhodes9
THE LAYMAN'S BIBLE COMMENTARY: VOLUME 10 The Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, the Song of Solomon by J. Coert Rylaarsdam10
The book of Isaiah (The Layman's Bible commentary) by George Ernest Wright11
Jeremiah, Lamentations (Layman's Bible Commentary Vol 12) by Howard Tillman Kuist12
The Book of Ezekiel ;: The Book of Daniel (The Layman's Bible commentary) by Carl Gordon Howie13
The book of Hosea ; The book of Joel ; The book of Amos ; The book of Obadiah ; The book of Jonah by Jacob M. Myers14
The Book of Micah ; The Book of Nahum ; The Book of Habakkuk ; The Book of Zephaniah ; The Book of Haggai ; The Book of Zechariah ; The Book of Malachi by J. H. Gailey15
The Gospel According to Matthew (The Layman's Bible Commentary) by Suzanne de Dietrich16
The Gospel According to Mark (The Layman's Bible Commentary) by Paul S. Minear17
The Gospel According to Luke (The Layman's Bible Commentary) by Donald G. Miller18
The Gospel According to John (The Layman's Bible Commentary) by Floyd V. Filson19
Acts of the Apostles (Laymans Bible Commentary) by Albert C. Winn20
The Letter of Paul to the Romans/the First Letter of Paul to the Corinthians/the Second Letter of Paul to the Corinthians (The Layman's Bible Comment) by Kenneth J. Foreman21
The Layman's Bible Commentary Volume 22 (Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, volume 22) by Archibald M. Hunter22
The Layman's Bible Commentary Volume 23 Thessalonians Timothy Titus Philemon by Holmes Rolston23
The Letter to the Hebrews/the Letter of James/the First and Second Letters of Peter (The Layman's Bible Commentary) by John Wick Bowman24
1-2-3 John Jude Revelation (The Layman's Bible Commentary, Volume 25) by Julian Price Love25
The Layman's Bible commentary (Volumes 1 & 6) by Balmer H. Kelly1 & 6
The Layman's Bible Commentary 2 out of 25 Volumes: V.4- Leviticus, Numbers & V.23- 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon by James Luther Mays4 & 23
The Layman's Bible commentary Volumes15 & 20 by Balmer H. Kelly15 & 20
The Book of Genesis-Malachi (The Layman's Bible Commentary) by Charles Theodore Fritsch1-15
The Layman's Bible Commentary, Volumes 16-25, Complete NEW Testament SET (10 Volumes)16-25
The Layman's Bible commentary by Balmer H. Kellyset

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