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Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible: Complete and Unabridged in 6 Volumes

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THE COMPLETE SET. Matthew Henry's Commentary has been a valued companion to the Bible for over three centuries. Now updated, using an easy-to-read typestyle with a new format, this commentary will remain a source of wisdom for those seeking Scriptural insight.


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THE COMPLETE SET. Matthew Henry's Commentary has been a valued companion to the Bible for over three centuries. Now updated, using an easy-to-read typestyle with a new format, this commentary will remain a source of wisdom for those seeking Scriptural insight.

30 review for Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible: Complete and Unabridged in 6 Volumes

  1. 4 out of 5

    B

    I haven't read this in entirety, nor do I really want to put it as currently-reading, because it's a whole Bible study series, I doubt I'd ever either say I've 'read' it, but it'd be on currently-reading forever if I did that. This series is often helpful in drawing your attention to God's glory & Christ throughout the Bible. I don't know if MH relied on just his English translation or Greek & Hebrew, some of his interpretations do seem to be found only in the KJV - while a good, faithful, modern I haven't read this in entirety, nor do I really want to put it as currently-reading, because it's a whole Bible study series, I doubt I'd ever either say I've 'read' it, but it'd be on currently-reading forever if I did that. This series is often helpful in drawing your attention to God's glory & Christ throughout the Bible. I don't know if MH relied on just his English translation or Greek & Hebrew, some of his interpretations do seem to be found only in the KJV - while a good, faithful, modern translation might lead you to think something else. These & other places where I'd question his thoughts are minor though, for instance in Romans he draws on something to say that Christ must have been frail of frame b/c he was holy... well, that's silly first & second, Christ was a pre-modern carpenter for probably 10+ years before his ministry began, hardly one that lent itself to frailty. But as I said, this is pretty insignificant. Use him as a help, not as scripture itself.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Scott Cox

    This is probably one of the more well-known Reformed commentaries on the Bible written by the early 18th century English Presbyterian pastor Matthew Henry. It is much more devotional in nature than are the more modern critical and technical commentaries. The many scriptural references in this commentary make these volumes extremely helpful in understanding difficult passages.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Logan

    Very difficult to read if you just want a textual question answered, but amazing if you want a devotional treatment of Scripture. I recommend everyone at least read the commentary on Genesis as a devotional, it is an excellent way to learn how to approach the Scriptures.

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