I know this may be pushing the limits of the Versions and Translations section, but two reasons I am posting this here. Being a Commentary I think it is closely tied to translations and discussions and interpretations therefof. Plus, most of the scholars of Greek and Hebrew tend to hang out here more than at other places. Please tell me about the "Abingdon Bible Commentary". The one I have was printed in 1929 by "The Abingdon Press, Inc. and provides an extensive commentary of the entire Bible. It is large and thick, but not nearly as bulky as Mathew Henry's full Commentary, but more extensive than his concise commentary. It has a list of contrituros most of who are quite heavy with education and scholarly backgrounds. Who knows about this book and what are the philosophies behind it. What are the biases? Is it a good study book for the Bible. It has multiple maps, excellent index in the book and other resources. Each chapter says to read a certain section of the Bible and then it does a commentary on it. It has almost 1500 pages, but is not a huge book like the Mathew Henry's full, so it is quite easy to handle. Just thick. What's the story scholars?