Here is a list of Bible commentaries. I would recommend using your Bible as a guide whenever using commentaries, dictionaries, concordances, maps, atlases, books of history, etc. Many times external sources serve as a road map, but do not always align with accurate Bible teaching (2 Timothy 2:15). I wish you happy exploring and digging.


Resource Publications

Classic Christian Library

Logos Bible Software

Logos Web App

Bible Study

Charles Wordsworth

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New Testament



Logos Bible Software

Lange’s Commentary on the Holy Scriptures (63 vols.)

Preacher’s Homiletic Commentary (38 vols.)

The Biblical Illustrator: Old Testament Collection (28 vols.)

The Biblical Illustrator: New Testament Collection (30 vols.)

The Biblical Illustrator: Acts

The Pulpit Commentary (77 vols.)

Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Bible

Keil and Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament | K-D (10 vols.)

Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (21 vols.)

Meyer’s 21-volume work has a beautifully written commentary on Acts 2:38. If you have any questions about other resources I like to use, feel free to let me know.

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