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Discussion in 'Bible Versions/Translations' started by DeadMan, Jan 9, 2006.
Is there a good bible commentary out there that is from the reformed point-of-view?
John Gill- he tends to be a bit of a hyper-calvinist at times though.
Boice is good and there is always Calvin's commentaries.
I have on called "New Bible Commentary " RC Sproul said on his radio show once he thought this was the best one volume Reform Commentary out there .So I got one .
Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible is great is good.
Jamieson, Fausett and Brown--3 Vol
Matthew Poole--3 Vol
Spurgeon's Expository Encyclopedia (A collection of sermons arranged like a commentary)
I don't have them but I would have thought someone would mention MacArthur's NT commentaries.
There is surely a more Calvinistic distinction with Gill, as opposed to Barnes & JFB, agree?
MAC is a Calvinist in sotierology, but he is mildly dispensational. I prefer his commentaries, since I am also mildly dispy, but that removes him to the edge of what one might call "Reformed."
Barnes is a 4-pointer, JFB are solidly Calvinistic, and so is the Puritan, Poole. Gill is pretty hyper, but is one of the most detailed commentaries one will find.