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Here is a list of biblical Commentaries with an Conservative, Fundamental expositions and commentaries of Scripture from a literal, and mainly dispensational viewpoint.

 

(Whole Bible) - The Bible in Brief – or, The Theme of the Scriptures (#1625) by William C. Rebmann.

“A trip through the world's best seller in one evening” – Unsearchable Riches Magazine, 1960

“A very fine summary of the entire theme and scope of the Scriptures” – Unsearchable Riches Magazine, 1950

“It is seldom that so helpful a book is issued on the theme of the Scriptures. Indeed, it could not be written except by one who views the whole in the light of God’s grand consummation.” – A. E. Knoch

120 pp PB $9.95

 

 

 

(New Testament) - Concordant Commentary on the New Testament  (#4683) A. E. Knoch. (1874 - 1965). First published more than 60 years ago. This dispensational work is from the pen of a contributor to E. W. Bullinger’s Things To Come magazine, and the editor of Unsearchable Riches magazine. (Double-column pages). 407pp HB $19.95

(Acts) - The Apostle of the Reconciliation (#6237) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). This book shows the dispensational place of Acts and the earlier epistles of Paul. It follows a threefold division of Acts: 1. Restoration – restoring the Kingdom to Israel (1-9); 2. Reconciliation – typified by the vision of the sheet and the salvation of Cornelius (10-14); 3. Rejection – foreshadowed in Paul’s first miracle (13) and actually fulfilled in the setting aide of Israel (28). Hardback. 337 pages. $19.95

(Acts) - Studies in Acts (#1704) H. W. (Herman William) Martin (1883-1959). One of the least understood books in the Scriptures is the Book of Acts. It is usually treated as a history of the early “church,” but the Body of Christ is not the subject of that book. What then is the Book of Acts? Such is the subject of this work from an associate of A.E. Knoch. This extensive series ran for a decade in the Unsearchable Riches (1921-1931). Knoch’s longstanding desire was that this series appear in book form. Granting his desire, these many decades later, we’re pleased to present this facsimile publishing of this lengthy series as a book. Paperback. 48 Chapters. 502 Pages. (fc) $24.95

(Acts) - Studies in the Book of Acts (#2541) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921). A dispensational survey of the Acts of the Apostles. Facsimile Paperback. 66 Pages. $5.95
(Colossians) - Church Epistles (#4101) by E. W. Bullinger. In this book Bullinger defends all of Paul’s epistles as God’s unique revelation, expounding the great truth of the mystery, the Body of Christ. In this volume he focuses on Paul’s letters written to the churches. 316pp. Paperback $19.95
(Colossians) - His Grandest Glories: Studies in Colossians (#2497) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). Christ and His highest honors come before us in Colossians, even as the saints and their celestial blessings are the theme of Ephesians. There the transcendent truths of the present secret administration were set forth as they affect the believers among the nations, who become peers of an election out of Israel in spiritual, supernal dignities. Here these tremendous truths are a halo on the brow of Christ. His glories as the Messiah of Israel on the earth are magnified to universal dimensions. All is created in Him in the beginning, and all is reconciled in Him at the consummation. Facsimile Paperback. 114 Pages. $11.95
(Colossians) - Moments of Meditation in Colossians & Two Churches and Two Men (#2381) Eugene F. Rueweler (1910-1993). Chapter 1: Hidden Truth, Treasures, and Triumph; Chapter 2: The Christology of Colossians; Chapter 3: Ye Heard – We Heard; Chapter 4: Two Great Mysteries; Chapter 5: Three Sufferers; Chapter 6: Relationship – Membership – Citizenship; Chapter 7: Christ the Head. Facsimile Paperback. 36 Pages. $4.95
(Corinthians) - Church Epistles (#4101) by E. W. Bullinger. In this book Bullinger defends all of Paul’s epistles as God’s unique revelation, expounding the great truth of the mystery, the Body of Christ. In this volume he focuses on Paul’s letters written to the churches. 316pp. Paperback $19.95
(Daniel) - Coming Prince, The (#4112) by Sir Robert Anderson. One of the most exhaustive works ever written on Daniel’s Seventieth Week and the Coming Anti-christ, featuring full details and a complete chronology. PB 384pp. $15.95

(Daniel) - Concordant Studies in the Book of Daniel by A. E. Knoch Prophecy is of great value to our spirits in our everyday life. It exists not merely to afford us predictions concerning future events, but to reveal timeless truths for our use in the midst of the toil and turmoil of today. The political situation in the Middle East in the years to come is fully discussed in this book. See for yourself why we might watch for an upright ruler in a Greater Egypt to stand up as this event will probably be the first sign of the approaching time of the end.464p

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HB (#4525) $14.95

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(Ecclesiastes) - Studies in Ecclesiastes: The Words and Works of God and Man (#0325) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921) Many current versions of the Bible often translate the same Hebrew word in various ways. In this way a veil of mystery has been thrown over many a passage, and a certain amount of human opinion and guesswork has been imported into God’s truth. The Book of Ecclesiastes has severely suffered from inconsistency in translation – no sacred book has ever been so much misunderstood in its whole aim and spirit. Our aim should always be to adjust our thoughts to the facts, and never to adjust the facts to our thoughts. Applying this principle to the matter in hand, our prime concern is to ascertain what the book of Ecclesiastes has to say about itself. The book aims at achieving a threefold object: (1) Recognition of God as God; (2) Reception of His revelation; (3) Regulation of life in view of a future rectification or judgment. ISBN: 978-1-62904-032-5 - 83pp. PB $4.95
(Ephesians) - Church Epistles (#4101) by E. W. Bullinger. In this book Bullinger defends all of Paul’s epistles as God’s unique revelation, expounding the great truth of the mystery, the Body of Christ. In this volume he focuses on Paul’s letters written to the churches. 316pp. Paperback $19.95
(Ephesians) - Ephesians via Romans (#9175) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). In the style of a two-way conversation, this work illustrates that the unique blessings of Ephesians are based upon the blessings all believers have received, as detailed in the book of Romans. Paperback. 38 Pages. $4.95
(Ephesians) - God’s Celestial Purpose: Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians (#0578) by John H. Essex (1907-1991).  "This presentation of our subject, God's Celestial Purpose, takes the form of a commentary on Paul's letter to the Ephesians. A great many sincere believers who regularly read their Bibles have failed to realise the full import of Ephesians, or even its significance in the Scriptures." Paperback. 164 pages. $14.95
(Ephesians) - The Fellowship of the Mystery (#0394) Ike T. Sidebottom (1899-1970) PB. 72 pages. $4.95
(Ephesians) - In Heavenly Places: Commentary on Ephesians (#6240) by Charles H. Welch (1880-1967). This is a detailed exposition of “the Mystery” or secret purpose that was hidden in God and then revealed through Paul, our apostle, in his epistle to the Ephesians. Hardback. 608 pages. $24.95
(Ephesians) - Paul’s Ephesians: Part 1, Chapters 1-3 (#0592) by Adlai Loudy (1893-1984). Paperback. 96 pages. $9.95
(Ephesians) - Prayers Of Ephesians, The: We in Christ – Christ in Us (#4233) by E. W. Bullinger. There are two longer prayers in the Epistle to the Ephesians, plus a shorter concluding one. The two longer prayers have a common subject, Jesus Christ and Believers. However, in the first prayer it is what God made Christ for us; in the second it is what God has made us in Christ. In other words; in the first it is "We in Christ, while in the second it is "Christ in Us". Also the first prayer deals with God's power which he wrought in Christ, while the second one deals with God's power which is at work in us. ISBN: 1934251143 / 9781934251140 -- 50 pages. PB  (Retail Price $11.95) Special $9.95
(Ephesians) - Rooted and Grounded in Love: Studies in Ephesians (#2442) A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). A detailed, dispensational study of the pinnacle of Paul’s revelation. Facsimile Paperback. 380 Pages. $19.95

(Ephesians) - To Enlighten All as to the Secret (#2515) A. E. Knoch. The letter to the Ephesians is an elaboration of the definition of the present secret economy of which Paul became the dispenser. 63 page BK. $4.95
(Ephesians) - Standing and State: A Dispensational Look at the Book of Ephesians (#1780) by William E. Root. The Book of Ephesian is divided into “doctrinal” and “practical” sections. The first three chapters are “doctrinal,” while the last three chapters contain “applied” doctrine. In the first three chapters we not only have “doctrine,” but a particular kind of doctrine. This doctrine contains our position in the heavenlies in Christ. How important this is for us to know! Root, along with William B. Hallman, was associated with Things to Come Missions. 978-1-62904-178-0 Paperback, 140 Pages. (fc) $12.95
(Ephesians) - “With Him” or, Studies in the Epistle to the Ephesians (#1322) by W. Leon Tucker (1871-1934). A classic dispensational commentary on Ephesians. (fc) Paperback. 124 pages. $11.95
(Galatians) - Church Epistles (#4101) by E. W. Bullinger. In this book Bullinger defends all of Paul’s epistles as God’s unique revelation, expounding the great truth of the mystery, the Body of Christ. In this volume he focuses on Paul’s letters written to the churches. 316pp. Paperback $19.95
(Galatians) - Paul Versus Peter, Or Remarks on Galatians 1 & 2 (#3374) by William R. Newell. This work shows the distinguishing difference between the gospels preached by Peter and Paul. It also includes Paul vs James by F.L. Fallis (first published in 1922). 94pp. PB - ISBN: 9781934251225 $11.95
(Galatians) - Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (#7338) by Vladimir M. Gelesnoff. (1877 - 1921). A dispensational commentary from the pen of the founder of Unsearchable Riches magazine. Also has a biographical look at Gelesnoff. 143pp PB $9.95
(Galatians) - Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (#2213) by Dee L. McCroskey (1902-1991). This is a compilation of a dispensational commentary series on the book of Galatians from McCroskey’s Last Day Messenger Magazine. Paperback. 62 Pages. Facsimile. $8.95
(Genesis) - The Life and Times of Noah (#2558) Dr. William H. Walker (1840-1924). There are some Old Testament Scriptures which come to us with a sort of double inspiration because of the use made of them by the Holy Spirit in the New Testament. Such a Scripture is before in the study of the life and times of Noah. It will be remembered that in the eschatology of Jesus, in the epistles to the Hebrews and of Peter this history has been used for the teaching of lessons to those upon whom the end of the ages have come. Facsimile Paperback. 32 Pages. $4.95
(Genesis) - Studies in Genesis (#2893) A.E. Knoch (1874-1965) A dispensational consideration of the first book of the Hebrew Scriptures. Facsimile. Paperback. 668 Pages. $29.95
(Hebrews) - Great Cloud of Witnesses in Hebrews Chapter 11 (#3207) by E. W. Bullinger (1837-1913). A great classic exposition of this famous and beloved passage, including an examination of the greatest heroes of the faith. Full of rich, practical applications. 472pp. Paperback $18.95

 

(Hebrews) - Types In Hebrews (#3511) by Sir Robert Anderson (1841-1918). An enlightening examination of the Old Testament types found in Hebrews and their practical relevance for today. 184pp. PB $10.95
(Isaiah) - Isaiah: Its Structure And Scope (#1263) by E. W. Bullinger. ISBN: 9781934251195 PB 69pp (Retail Price $11.95) Special $9.95
(Job) - Book Of Job, The  (#3808) by E. W. Bullinger. 224pp. PB $19.95
(Job) - Studies in the Book of Job (#2411) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921). Contents: Correct Principles of Exegesis; The Great Lesson Antiquity and Majority Are Not Divine Evidence; Education and Erudition Are Usually in Error; Human Merit Is Inadequate; Job’s Answer; The Friends’ Failure; Evolution and Involution; Elihu; “God Is Greater than Man”; The Storm Rises; The Storm Ceases; The Speech of Deity; Infinite Sympathy; The Creator’s Care; The Father’s Care for the Groaning Creation; God’s “End” Is Glorious. Facsimile Paperback. 76 Pages. $8.95
  (John) - Dispensational Position of the Writings of John, The (#1398) by C. R. Stam. 50pp BK $4.95

(Lamentations) - Studies in the Book of Lamentations (#2565) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921). A survey of the Lamentations of Jeremiah. Facsimile Paperback. 116 Pages. $9.95

(Matthew) - Sermon on the Mount (#3437) by C. R. Stam. 119pp HB 9.95

(Matthew) - Studies in the Gospel of Matthew (#2534) by Vladimir Gelesnoff (1877-1921). In taking up a study of the Gospel of Matthew our prime concern is to divest ourselves of a deep-rooted idea which is apt to preform our ideas and predetermine our conclusions with regard to its teaching. The recognized division between Old and New Testaments is purely arbitrary. It is founded on the fact that the one is written in Hebrew and the other in Greek. However, in seeking light on this point, we must be guided by weightier questions than those of language: stress must rather be laid on such matters as divergence of theme, or change in the Divine attitude and method. Facsimile Paperack. 102 Pages. $9.95
(Philemon) - Fellowship of Faith (Studies in Philemon) (#2787) by Heinrich Langenberg (1876-1972) This short and rather intimate epistle of the apostle Paul to Philemon might almost be regarded as an appendix to Colossians. Langenberg was born in Bremen Germany and studied theology in Basel. He pastored several Evangelical Free Churches, afterwards becoming an evangelist and prolific author. He had an in-depth knowledge of ancient Hebrew and Greek, which served him well as one of A.E. Knoch’s early research assistants on the Concordant Version. He founded Scripture Mission in Berlin, and was well known among German believers as one who stood for the reconciliation of all. Facsimile Paperback. 54 Pages. $7.95
 
(Philippians) - Studies in Philippians (#2756) by A.E. Knoch (1874-1965). “Philippians, almost more than any other epistle, must be considered as a unit. Its truth is so little known or practiced, and so distinctive in character, that a passage outside its context, or severed from the main theme, may suggest a thought quite contradictory to its message.” – Knoch. Facsimile Paperback. 116 Pages. $11.95
(Psalms) - Chief Musician, The (#4999) by E. W. Bullinger. PB $19.95
(Revelation) - Commentary on Revelation: The Apocalypse, or “The Day of the Lord” (#5616). E. W. Bullinger (1837-1913). A dispensational approach to the Book of Revelation, this book is both practical and profound. Bullinger shares his insights in a compelling and clear manner. The theme of the book (“The Day of the Lord”) is presented in this verse by verse study.  “Our great fundamental proposition – which we may as well state at once – is, that The Church is not the subject of the Apocalypse. However startling this may sound and may seem to some of our readers, we implore you not to dismiss it, but to test the reasons we shall give by the Word of God itself, and to weigh them in ‘the balances of the sanctuary.’ Try to forget all that you have ‘received by tradition,” and ask from whom you learned this or that. Be prepared and ready to unlearn anything that you may have received from men, and learn afresh from the Word of God itself.” - E. W. Bullinger. Facsimile Paperback. 348 Pages. $18.95
(Romans) - Church Epistles (#4101) by E. W. Bullinger. In this book Bullinger defends all of Paul’s epistles as God’s unique revelation, expounding the great truth of the mystery, the Body of Christ. In this volume he focuses on Paul’s letters written to the churches. 316pp. Paperback $19.95
(Romans) - Notes on Romans (#2176) by James G. Poole. Fundamental doctrines of the faith are made known in Romans. If our understanding is based solely on the four gospels, we have no justification, no (re)conciliation, and only an earthly expectation of the Kingdom of God. “In Christ Jesus” is a doctrine exclusive to Paul's ministry. Paul tells us that God sees us in Christ, and not as we are in ourselves. We are shown in chapter 8:28-39 how that we are in God's purpose, and that God is “for us.” James Poole was a contributor to Grace and Truth magazine. Facsimile. Paperback. 142 Pages. $12.95
(Romans) - Pillars of Truth from the Book of Romans (#1041) by Guy Spencer Marks (1899–1989). “A helpful series based on Romans.”-Unsearchable Riches. 120 pages, Paperback. $11.95
(Romans) - Studies in Paul's Epistle to the Romans: Volume 1, Chapters 1-8 (#1032) by George L. Rogers (1869-1947). “This book is an exhaustive study of the first eight chapters of Romans, including pertinent questions at the end of each chapter, which serve to help the student evaluate his reading.” - Ernest Knoch. Paperback. 654 pages. $24.95
(Romans) - Studies in Romans (#1315) by W. Leon Tucker (1871-1934). A classic dispensational commentary on Romans. (fc) Paperback. 104 pages. $10.95
(Philippians) - Church Epistles (#4101) by E. W. Bullinger. In this book Bullinger defends all of Paul’s epistles as God’s unique revelation, expounding the great truth of the mystery, the Body of Christ. In this volume he focuses on Paul’s letters written to the churches. 316pp. Paperback $19.95

(Revelation)  - Commentary On Revelation (#5616) by E. W. Bullinger. A book both practical and profound. Bullinger shares his insights in a compelling and clear manner. The theme of the book ("The Day of the Lord") is presented in this verse by verse study. 768pp. PB $30.95
(Thessalonians) - Church Epistles (#4101) by E. W. Bullinger. In this book Bullinger defends all of Paul’s epistles as God’s unique revelation, expounding the great truth of the mystery, the Body of Christ. In this volume he focuses on Paul’s letters written to the churches. 316pp. Paperback $19.95
(Timothy) - Church in Ruins, The: Brief Thoughts on II Timothy (#3325) Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. This brief survey of Paul’s last epistle will reveal that while almost 2000 years have transpired, the condition of the church has remained the same, and indeed has worsened in accordance with Paul’s warning to Timothy. This book is not a call for a re-awakening of “the church,” because it is apparent that this is not Father’s plan. Rather, it is a call to individual men – men whose place in the Christian religious system has left them empty, stagnant, and restless – to awaken to Father’s call to be His faithful servant and stand outside of that system to look for other faithful men as well.  ISBN: 9781934251591 -- 128 page PB.
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