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John Phillips Commentary Series (27 Vols.)

John Phillips Commentary Series (27 Vols.)

by John Phillips

The John Phillips Commentary Series explores the entire New Testament and portions of the Old Testament, book by book. Helpful for pastors, Sunday school teachers, and students of the Bible, this commentary offers doctrinally sound interpretation that emphasizes the practical application of Bible truth. Preachers especially will appreciate the wealth of reso… Read more…

John Phillips Commentary Series Old Testament  Set (8 Vols.) - JPCS

John Phillips Commentary Series Old Testament Set (8 Vols.) - JPCS

by John Phillips

The John Phillips Commentary Series is designed to provide pastors, Sunday school teachers, and students of the Scripture with doctrinally sound interpretation that emphasizes the practical application of Bible truth. Working from the familiar King James Version, Dr. Phillips not only provides helpful commentary on the text, but also includes detailed outlin… Read more…

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John Phillips Commentary Series New Testament Set (19 Vols.) - JPCS

John Phillips Commentary Series New Testament Set (19 Vols.) - JPCS

by John Phillips

The John Phillips Commentary Series is designed to provide pastors, Sunday school teachers, and students of the Scripture with doctrinally sound interpretation that emphasizes the practical application of Bible truth. Working from the familiar King James Version, Dr. Phillips not only provides helpful commentary on the text, but also includes detailed outlin… Read more…

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John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring Proverbs Vol. 1

John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring Proverbs Vol. 1

by John Phillips

John Phillips wanted his commentary on Proverbs to be interesting, so he set the goal of illustrating each proverb. Illustrations are drawn from science, nature, fiction, history, his personal experience, and above all the Bible itself. Here is the wisdom of Solomon — outlined, analyzed, illustrated, and available in an understandable an… Read more…

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John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring the Gospel of John

John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring the Gospel of John

by John Phillips

John's gospel immediately impresses us with how different it is than the others. There is no genealogy, no manger, no boyhood, no baptism, no temptation, no mount of transfiguration, and no Gethsemane. There are no scribes, lepers, publicans or demoniacs. There are no parables. Luke had written to show that Jesus was the Son of Man, but John to show he w… Read more…

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John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring Proverbs Vol. 2

John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring Proverbs Vol. 2

by John Phillips

John Phillips wanted his commentary on Proverbs to be interesting, so he set the goal of illustrating each proverb. Illustrations are drawn from science, nature, fiction, history, his personal experience, and above all the Bible itself. Here is the wisdom of Solomon — outlined, analyzed, illustrated, and available in an understandable an… Read more…

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John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring the Gospel of Luke

John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring the Gospel of Luke

by John Phillips

We know little of Luke, with information found in the "we" passages of Acts, in three places where Paul mentions him by name, and where he identifies himself as the author of Luke and Acts. Luke interviewed and conversed with the people who had known Jesus. He likely studied Mark's gospel, with nearly half of Mark's verses appearing in his ow… Read more…

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John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring Psalms Vol. 1

John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring Psalms Vol. 1

by John Phillips

The Psalms are a vast storehouse of human experience touching all the notes in the keyboard of human emotion. There is love and hate, joy and sorrow, hope and fear, peace and strife, faith and despair. This is the stuff of which life is made, so it is no wonder that God's saints in all ages have felt the tug of the psalms. In times of … Read more…

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John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring the Gospel of Matthew

John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring the Gospel of Matthew

by John Phillips

The Gospel of Matthew was written primarily for the Jewish people, whose great hope was the coming of a Messiah that would restore the former glories of the kingdom, elevate Israel to the head of the nations, put an end to Gentile dominion, restore the world, and bring blessing to all mankind. Enamored of the promises of a Messiah coming to reign, they forgo… Read more…

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John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring 1 Corinthians

John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring 1 Corinthians

by John Phillips

Paul was in Corinth when he wrote Romans 1:19-32. The sins listed there were everyday sins on the streets of Corinth, displayed as much in broadest daylight as at darkest midnight. It was no small thing to be a Christian at Corinth, to spurn its wares, to live there unspotted from the world. Christianity is in no peril from the Corinths of this world, howeve… Read more…

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John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring Psalms Vol. 2

John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring Psalms Vol. 2

by John Phillips

The Psalms are a vast storehouse of human experience touching all the notes in the keyboard of human emotion. There is love and hate, joy and sorrow, hope and fear, peace and strife, faith and despair. This is the stuff of which life is made, so it is no wonder that God's saints in all ages have felt the tug of the psalms. In times of … Read more…

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John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring the Love Song of Solomon

John Phillips Commentary Series - Exploring the Love Song of Solomon

by John Phillips

Controversy over the Song of Solomon does not rage so much over the inspiration, the genuineness, or the canonicity of the book. It is centered rather on its interpretation. God is not mentioned in the Song, the book is not quoted elsewhere in the Old Testament, and is completely ignored in the New Testament. Yet it takes its place confidently with the other… Read more…

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