My thanks to Travis Fentiman for providing this resource.

Just now, the best and largest Bible Commentary collection on the net has been made fully available:

Bible Commentaries – ReformedBooksOnline   2,200+ works

It includes:

– Every commentary that Charles Spurgeon gave his top recommendation (3 stars  *** ) and ‘good’ recommendation (2 stars  ** ) to in his Commenting and Commentaries  (1876);

– Every Reformed, Puritan or otherwise good commentary we could find on PRDL and EEBO that is in English;

– Every relevant commentary mentioned by Dr. Richard Muller in his survey of the major Reformation and Puritan era commentaries in McKim’s Historical Handbook of Major Biblical Interpreters that is in English and online;

– Most of the older Bible commentaries that a Bible-believer would be interested in, that are free online (in the public domain, pre-1920’s);

– The best of the commentaries listed in Cyril J. Barber’s The Minister’s Library (1974), including his top recommendations;

– The major commentaries from the Early and Medieval Churches that have been translated into English;

– And many more.

The majority of these commentaries are fully available and free online. The best ones are at the top of each page.

For the first time, the best Bible commentaries throughout Church history have been made conveniently available in one place to all lovers of God’s Word, Bible students, pastors, missionaries, and translators throughout the world, for anyone that has an internet connection, for free.

Bible Commentaries – ReformedBooksOnline   2,200+ works

  • Kathleen A. Peck

    Good resource, thank you Dr. Murray1