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The Abingdon Bible Commentary (edition 1929)

by Frederick Carl Eiselen (Editor)

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Title:The Abingdon Bible Commentary
Authors:Frederick Carl Eiselen (Editor)
Info:The Abingdon Press (1929), 1452 pages
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The Abingdon Bible Commentary by Frederick Carl Eiselen

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    A new commentary on Holy Scripture, including the Apocrypha by Charles Gore (waltzmn)
    waltzmn: The "New Commentary" by Gore et al is an Episcopal commentary from a particular period. The Abingdon commentary is from about the same period, with a similar historical perspective but somewhat different theological perspective. Those who benefit from one are likely to benefit from the other. Both are now somewhat dated, but both still have genuine value.… (more)
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This is one-volume commentary, so it is not very deep. It is also dated and liberal. ( )
  w_bishop | Mar 12, 2011 |
Book Description: NY NY & Nashville TN, USA: Abingdon Press, 1929. Hard Cover Full Cloth. First Printing (NAP). Trade Edition. 8vo - over 7" - 9¾" tall
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  Czrbr | Jun 7, 2010 |
Commentary covering all books of the BIble in one volume.
1 vote | stmarysasheville | May 11, 2008 |
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