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Bellett, J.G. – Notes from Meditations on Luke

Bellett, J.G. – Notes from Meditations on Luke is a commentary on Luke by Bellett (Brethren). His comments are more or less chapter overview and brief.

Notes from Meditations on Luke.
By J. G. Bellett.
(Attributed to Present Testimony, Part 65, August, 1866.)

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Gore, C. – The Epistles of St. John

The Epistles of St. John
By Charles Gore
Hon. D.D. Edin.and Durham, Hon. D.Al. Oxford, Hon. Ll.D. Cambridge and Birmingham, Hon. Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, Late Bishop of Oxford
New York
Charles Scribner’s Sons
1920

This is an 18 chapter commentary on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd John by Charles Gore (anglican).  Continue reading

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Grant, F.W. – The Revelation of Christ

The Revelation of Christ
to his servants of things that are, and things that shall be.
Brief notes in interpretation
by F. W. Grant.

Published by Loizeaux Brothers,
Bible Truth Depot, 1 East 13th Street, New York.

This is Grant’s (Brethren) commentary on Revelation. It is brief. Continue reading

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McGarvey, J.W. – The Four-Fold Gospel/Acts

McGarvey – The Four-Fold Gospel/Acts

Author(s): McGarvey, John William
Module version: 1.0
Description: This resource encourages a deeper understanding of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ by harmonizing the accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. McGarvey was a theologican in the American Restoration movement. He labored in College of the Bible (today it is Lexington Theological Seminary) in Kentucky, USA. He was noted for his opposition to theological liberalism and higher criticism. His writings are still influential among the heirs of the conservative wing of the Restoration Movement, the Churches of Christ and Independent Christian Churches/Churches of Christ.