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Author: Arno C. Gaebelein
ISBN: 0872132099
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 1237 pages
Publisher Loizeaux Brothers; Abridged edition (July 1, 1985)
Language English
Category: Other
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eBook Gaebelein's Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible download

by Arno C. Gaebelein


ed. of: The annotated Bible.

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Written for pastors and Bible students.

Arno Clemens Gaebelein (August 27, 1861 – December, 1945) was a Methodist minister in the United States. He was a prominent teacher and conference speaker. He was also the father of educator and philosopher of Christian education Frank E. Gaebelein. Being a dispensationalist, he was a developer of the movement in its early days. Two of his books, Revelation, an Analysis and Exposition and Current Events in the Light of the Bible explain the dispensationalist view of eschatology.

Also included is the one volume.

Notes on textual difficulties are kept separate and all Hebrew and Greek is transliterated. Esteemed evangelical contributors include Walter Kaiser on Exodus, . Carson on Matthew, Merrill C. Tenney on John, Richard Longenecker on Acts, James Montgomery Boice on Galatians, and Ralph Earle on 1 & 2 Timothy. An excellent resource.

It was originally published in nine volumes from 1913 to 1922. The reader will find aid in the passage divisions offered by Gaebelein as well as his book introductions, which address internal and external testimonies of the authorship of the books of the Bible.

Gaebelein's Annotated Bible. Matthew 7:1. Judge not, that ye be not judged. There we saw the heir of the Kingdom in the midst of the world, how he is to trust in and depend on the Father and seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, his walk undivided and depending. When our Lord begins with Judge not, that ye be not judged He directs the attention to the conduct of the disciple towards his fellow disciple.

Every Book of the Bible. Gaebelein taught the Bible always with an eye towards prophecy. His analysis and exposition were so well-regarded that . Scofield enlisted Gaebelein's help in providing the basis for prophetic material in his Reference Bible

Every Book of the Bible. Scofield enlisted Gaebelein's help in providing the basis for prophetic material in his Reference Bible. Gaebelein was a careful teacher of prophecy. As World War I unfolded around him, many Christians of the time believe they were experiencing Armageddon

Download it in a variety of formats here. Useful for beginning students, but rather florid in style, and theologically Arminian. Word Studies in the New Testament by Marvin Vincent.

Find nearly any book by Arno C. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Gospel of Matthew: An Exposition. by Arno C. ISBN 9780872132214 (978-0-87213-221-4) Hardcover, Loizeaux Brothers, 1961.

Cover shows slight wear, no markings in excellent condition
Bragis
Great Commentary but wish the printing was a little larger. Even with my glasses on I have to use a magnifying glass.
Flash_back
This is one of the best Bible Commentaries to have in your library.
Abandoned Electrical
very impressive! better than expected.
Altad
excellent condition
Shak
I spent a year reading this commentary as part of my daily devotions and found it very valuable. Like many earlier writers ACG sees a beauty in the Lord that he seeks to bring out at all opportunities. In particular he follows the Lords lead in showing Christ throughout the OT. This is achieved mainly through typology. The views are a fairly standard pre-millenialist, conservative stand and the fact that this is a complete commentary forces the author to tackle some passages that might otherwise be ignored. To a modern reader ACGs complete contempt for liberal and catholic views may appear harsh although he usually tempers this with real information and accuracy.
Balladolbine
Originally published in nine volumes, and then in four volumes, as The Annotated Bible, this classic is clearly one of the best single-volume Bible commentaries ever published. A consequence of the 1-volume format is that the print is small, but it is otherwise clear and well-formatted.