Commentary on Psalms 1-38 are included in this work.
A volume which appears in “The Expositor’s Bible” should obviously, first of all, be expository. I have tried to conform to that requirement, and have therefore found it necessary to leave questions of date and authorship all but untouched.
They could not be adequately discussed in conjunction with Exposition. I venture to think that the deepest and most precious elements in the Psalms are very slightly affected by the answers to these questions, and that expository treatment of the bulk of the Psalter may be separated from critical, without condemning the former to incompleteness. If I have erred in thus restricting the scope of this volume, I have done so after due consideration; and am not Commentary without hope that the restriction may commend itself to some readers.
Manchester, Dec. 1892.
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- Watson Robert Expositor’s Bible: Judges and Ruth
- Watson Expositor’s Bible: Book of Numbers
- Watson Expositor’s Bible Job: The Book of Job
- Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
- Stokes Expositor’s Bible: The Acts of the Apostles, Vol. 2
- Stokes Expositor’s Bible: The Acts of the Apostles, Vol. 1
- Spurgeon Commentary on Matthew
- Smith Four Psalms XXIII; XXXVI; LII; CXXI.
- Smith Expositor’s Bible Isaiah1: Book of Isaiah, Vol. 1
- Smith Expositor’s Bible Prophets2: Book of the Twelve Prophets, Vol. 1
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