Sunday, February 27, 2011

One Book Commentaries

Please list some of your favorite one-book commentaries.
One of my all-time favorites is Jude: The Acts of the Apostates by S. Maxwell Coder

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  1. Treasury of David

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  2. The Gospel of the Kingdom:Matthew
    by C.H. Spurgeon

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  3. An Exegetical Commentary on Ephesians by Harold Hoehner. Best commentary on Ephesians ever written.

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  4. The Gospel According to Jesus by John MacArthur is not a commentary strictly speaking but it was very valuable to me when God awoke me from the 'cheap grace' movement of my early years.

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  5. Ditto to Treasury of David by Spurgeon

    A.W. Pink's An Exposition of Hebrews

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  6. The Finished Work of Christ by Francis Schaeffer is a commentary on Romans 1-8, so I guess that's only half a book, but it's a good one!

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  7. Also Romans and Ephesians by D.Martyn Lloyd Jones.

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  8. "Romans Verse By Verse" by William R. Newell is absolutely wonderful.

    The two volume Tyndale Old Testament Commentary on the Psalms by Derek Kidner is a good one.

    Victor P. Hamilton's "Handbook on the Pentateuch" has been invaluable (yes, I know, that's 5 books, but it's one volume and it's a great commentary).

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  9. I've enjoyed John Stott's commentary on Romans, and recently have been enjoying a copy of James Haldane's exposition of Galatians reprinted by Particular Baptist Press.

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  10. One of the few one book commentaries I took with me to Kuwait was "An Exposition of ROMANS" by Robert Haldane. You can't read one page without giving God glory!

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  11. Sermon Series on the Sermon on the Mount by Martin Lloyd-Jones. It's not really a commentary but it is helpful. I've been reading the Commentary on John by A.C. Gaebelein but I only have it in digital format and I prefer reading real, solid books.

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  12. It's not really a commentary but John MacArthur's The Truth War (or is it War on Truth) has a wonderful exegesis of Jude.

    Meghan M Smith

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  13. D.Edmond Hiebert - The Epistles of John
    An Expositional Commentary

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