Here is your opportunity to compare the perspectives of conservative evangelical thinkers with the interpretations of John Calvin. This probing resource pairs the complete KJV text with portions of the Reformer's writings on the left-hand pages and excerpts from the works of Adam Clarke, Robert Haldane, Martin Luther, F.B. Meyer, and others on the right-hand pages.
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Review 1 for Parallel Classic Commentary on the New Testament
Date:January 29, 2010
This book is wonderful! It is for those who need a solid understanding of God's word in a simple format. Thanks
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Review 2 for Parallel Classic Commentary on the New Testament
Date:August 17, 2007
I especially appreciate the views of John Calvin in this commentary because of his biblical fundamentalism. However, it is often enlightening when those views are challenged by some of the other commentators. That, of course invokes me to a closer study of the text, times, and circumstances. It is nice to have each of these commentaries in such close quarters - so as to save time and seaching. Well worth the cost of the book.