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From Genesis to Revelation, Matthew Henry successfully combines practical application, devotional insight, and scholarship on the entire Bible. Henry has profound insights on the content, message and nature of God's divine revelation. Perfect for all readers of the Bible who want an attractive and afforable hardcover set of this classic commentary.
|Title: Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible, 6 Volumes|
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Publication Date: 2014
Weight: 11 pounds 15 ounces
Series: Matthew Henry
Stock No: WW564365
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"First among the mighty (commentaries) for general usefulness we are bound to mention the man whose name is a household word, Matthew Henry. He is the most pious and pithy, sound and sensible, suggestive and sober, terse and trustworthy . . . he is deeply spiritual, heavenly, profitable; finding good matter in every text, and from all deducting the most practical and judicious lessons . . . It is the Christian's companion, suitable to everybody, instructive to all."
--Charles H. Spurgeon
From Genesis to Revelation, Matthew Henry successfully combines practical application, devotional insight, and scholarship on the entire Bible. Henry has profound insights on the content, message and nature of God's divine revelation. Perfect for all readers of the Bible who want a comprehensive commentary.
• Modern easy-to-read modern type with Scripture passages in bold
• Complete and unabridged in 6 volumes
• Includes The Life of Matthew Henry by J. B. Williams
• Entirely faithful to the original
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Q: Hello, can someone tell me what type point this volume is? Is it 11, 13, 14, Large print> My eyesight is not what it used to be and I was wondering if this six volume commentary is available in large print and if it covers each chapter of the bible. New and old testement? Please advise as I would like to purchase before you run out of stock.Thanks,Josephine Pace
No, the largest print edition we carry is this edition which features an 8 point print. The set covers the whole Bible, both Old and New Testaments.
Q: How heavy is each volume? I have a MH commentary in one volume. How do these individual volumes compare in weight and size to the one volume weight and size? I was wanting something more portable.
The single volume measures 11 by 8.5 inches. The six volumes measure 9.5 by 6 inches each. The single volume is equal in weight to half (3 volumes) of the 6 volume set.
Q: I see some people have concerns about the small print in these books. How small are we talking? Will I need a magnifying glass?
The font size is 8 point.
Q: I was wondering if Matthew Henry uses the King James Version in his commentaries?
Yes, scripture references are in the King James Version.
Q: Is this an Unabridged version? Is this set of Matthew Henry's Commentary Complete and Unabridged?Thanks,
Yes, this set is complete and unabridged.
Q: Launguage I was woundering what type of launguage this book is written in. I find it difficult to read KJV. Thanks
The scripture references in this set are King James Version.
Q: What are the books covered in volume 6 of the matthew henry Bible commentary
The Matthew Henry Commentary covers all of the books of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation.
Q: What's the publishing date on the six volume set of Matthew Henry commentaries?
The publication date on this set is 1991.
Q: matthew henry 6 volume with modern print what does modern print mean exactly.(ie will it still have the older roman numerals, and paragraph, subdivisions?thanks
The typeface in this edition is a more modern font, which is easier to read, possibly similar to a Roman font (exact typeface is not indicated). Paragraphs and subdivisions still exist, but are arranged in a modern outline style, with capital Roman numerals starting major divisions and lesser divisions indicated by Arabic (Standard) numbers.