A New Online Resource For Bible Study

Travis Fentiman wrote to let me know about a resource site he has compiled which is built on Spurgeon’s recommended list of commentaries and upon resources such as the Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL). It is a gateway to older, online biblical commentaries. There are links to commentaries on the whole Bible as well as commentaries on individual books. This is a useful tool for pastors and other students of the Word to see how Christians interpreted Scripture before 1800. We need not agree with his generalization about modern commentaries to to profit from this site.

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  1. Travis’ resource is a great tool, he has a large Topical column of Links on the left hand
    side which has such things as resources on The Westminster Standards, which includes
    a useful link to Commentaries on the Westminster Standards
    also a link to Every Reformed Systematic Theology Online in English which has a link to
    the MYRIAD of MOSTLY UNTRANSLATED Reformed Systematic Theologies in LATIN!

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