1. Travis Fentiman

    Luther's Works Online

    Happy Labor Day! In celebration here are Martin Luther’s 82 volumes of Works in English, most of which are fully online, including his many commentaries on Biblical books: Martin Luther’s Works at ReformedBooksOnline Rejoice and be glad; these are days of thanksgiving! “Let all those that...
  2. Travis Fentiman

    Early & Medieval Church Bible Commentaries Online

    We live in extraordinary times. In the benevolent provision of God I have been able to collect a collection of more than 575 bible commentaries from early and medieval Church figures in English, around 64% of which are fully available online for free: The Early & Medieval Church Fathers on...
  3. RobertPGH1981

    Best Reformed Presbyterian Commentaries on the Synoptic Gospels

    Hello All, I am looking for solid commentaries on the Synoptic Gospels rooted in reformed theology. This would be primarily focused on Matthew, Mark, & Luke. What would you say are the best Reformed Commentaries, and if possible, Reformed Presbyterian commentaries? Thank you, Rob
  4. S

    Has anyone read the EP study commentary on John?

    Hello all, first time post. I’m getting resources together to lead my Bible study group through the gospel of John and his epistles next year. Though it’s just a Bible study, part of my responsibility is to give lectures for every four of the lessons, essentially sermons. As such, desiring to...
  5. D

    Gospel Thoughts: Matthew 11

    John Sends Two of His Disciples Verses 1-15 When Jesus gave the twelve the commission of preaching the Gospel, he had finished giving them all the instructions necessary for their evangelism mission. Jesus then departed that place and started to teach in the cities of the Jews. The focus of...
  6. D

    Gospel Thoughts: Matthew 7

    1 Judge not, that ye be not judged. 2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. 3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye? 4 Or how wilt...
  7. Travis Fentiman

    Whole Bible Commentaries in Latin Online

    Here is every major whole Bible commentary in Latin through Church history (which has survived, is commonly referenced in the secondary literature and is on the net): 38 total, including those of the puritans. The titles are translated into English. If you have not begun learning Latin yet...
  8. Regi Addictissimus

    Matthew Poole commentary questions

    Good day, brethren. I am getting ready to be isolated deep in the Rocky Mountains for a week. The space for books is slightly limited. I can't haul John Gill's massive six volumes and Calvin's 22 volumes around the mountains, I was thinking of taking Poole's commentary or possibly Matthew Henry...
  9. Regi Addictissimus

    Help me decide what to read on my mountain vacation.

    Good day, brethren. My wife and I are going on our annual San Juan Mountains camping trip. I will have nine days to submerse my self in beautiful scenery and books away from work and the demands of life. We go camping a good bit and it drives my wife crazy how long it takes me to pick books for...
  10. Regi Addictissimus

    Help deciding my next commentary set acquisition.

    I am torn on what commentary set to purchase next. The options are as follows: John Gill Keil & Delitzsch John Lightfoot's NT Commentary J. P. Lange John Trapp John Calvin (I have full access to my Church's set) I am open to more suggestions. Here are the sets I have: Matthew Poole, Matthew...
  11. M

    Puritan commentary on Proverbs?

    Are there puritan commentaries on the book of Proverbs, preferably devotional ones? I'm not looking for a critical or exegetical commentary, but a devotional one. Any recomendations are welcome.
  12. M

    Hebrews (ABRIDGED) - John Owen

    I'm interested in buying the modern and abridged version of John Owen's commentary on Hebrews (Amazon link), which was published by Crossway. However, I would like to know if someone here has one and could comment on it. - Has the language been updated to modern English? I have read some...
  13. R

    Gift books

    My friends wife emailed me(exchanges cc'd to my wife) a 10 Volume NT Dictionary that is "designed for the intermediate to advanced Greek Scholar" wanting to know if I thought it would be a good birthday gift for him. He is a lay person who does not read or write Greek. I then recommended (some...
  14. R

    Looking for a good(readable, copyable) link to Ursinus' commentary on the HC had the best version Ursinus' commentary I've found. I've got two print editions but both are tough to read and's version was not a facsimile, but rather a retyped, hyperlinked version. This made it highly legible and easy to copy/paste when making notes...
  15. M

    Gospel Commentary Recommendation wanted

    I am looking for a Bible commentary composed of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John and one on the whole New Testament. Basically, I'm not looking for something with Greek or Latin since I never studied Theology in a Seminary, but a commentary which explains the context of each Bible passage. I...
  16. Office Hours

    The Sermon to the Hebrews: "Jesus is Really Better"

    The Season 4 series of Office Hours entitled "Jesus is Really Better" is complete! Now that the season is finished, you now have free access to an oral commentary on Hebrews by several world-class, pastor-scholars! If you haven't listened in, now is the time to do so! Grab your bible and follow...
  17. R

    International Critical Commentary

    Don't know if anyone posted this, but a blog I read mentioned that the International Critical Commentary is available for free from Google Books. Additionally, it is available free in different formats (including Kindle) here.
  18. C

    Spirit of the Reformation vs Reformation Study Bible vs ESV Study Bible

    Just curious which study Bible you prefer based on the NOTES not on the translation? Why?