A Bible commentary is a systematic written series of explanations and interpretations of Scripture. They are written by some of the most knowledgeable theologians in church history. Through personal narrative, they provide a deeper understanding and insight into the Bible and can be valuable tools to assist both casual reading and serious study.

Adam Clarke Bible Commentary

Author of one of the most respected interdenominational commentaries ever written, Adam Clarke shows his Godly respect for the Bible as well as his courage to give his opinion on many difficult and controversial questions other commentaries often avoid.

Albert Barnes' Bible Commentary

Educated at Princeton seminary, Albert Barnes was a dedicated student of the Bible. Though passed over by the biographical sketches of influential theological writers, his notes on the Whole Bible continue to be quite popular even today.

Bullinger's Companion Bible Notes

Ethelbert William Bullinger (1837 - 1913) was an Anglican clergyman and a Biblical scholar. He was also know to be a dispensationalist theologian.

Coke's Commentary on the Holy Bible

Thomas Coke was the first Methodist Bishop and is known as the Father of Methodist Missions.

Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

Published in 1878, this is the unabridged version of Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown's Commentary. This version includes the Greek and Hebrew words, along with double the content of the abridged, official e-Sword version.

Dummelow's Commentary on the Bible

This commentary was put together by forty Bible Scholars and was edited by Dummelow. It was well received by many different denominations.

Ellicott's Commentary On The Whole Bible

Expositor's Bible Commentary (Nicoll)

John Calvin's Bible Commentary

Indisputably one of the most influential figures of the Christian Reformation, Calvin's lasting impact on Christian study, theology, and thought can be experienced through this 22-volume exposition of the Bible.

John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible

He preached in the same church as C. H. Spurgeon. Gill is little known, but his works contain gems of information found nowhere outside of the ancient Jewish writings. Gill presents a verse-by-verse exposition of the entire Bible.

Joseph Benson’s Commentary on the Old and New Testaments

Joseph Benson (1748 - 1821) was a prominent Methodist preacher in England. At sixteen he joined the Methodist movement and in 1766 Mr. Wesley appointed him to be the master of Classics at Kingswood School.

Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible

Henry's six volume Complete Commentary provides an exhaustive look at every verse in the Bible. It was written in 1706.

Scofield's Bible Commentary

People have relied on this reference work in their daily studies for more than 90 years. C. I. Scofield intended to provide a concise yet complete tool to help the new reader of the Bible.

Spurgeon's Bible Commentary

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) .was born in Essex, England. After preaching his first sermon at the age of 16, he became pastor of the church in Waterbeach at the age of 17

The Pulpit Commentaries

Published in 1890, its 20,000+ pages, 23 volume commentary covered the entire Bible with passage homiletics from several authors; historical, cultural, and geographical information; verse by verse exposition.