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The Annotated Bible, A C Gaebelein, Christian Commentary, Theology PDF CD

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This CD-ROM contains The Annotated Bible, the full 9 volume set on CD.  Each book is in high resolution PDF format.



The Annotated Bible

Complete 9 volume set on CD!

by A.C. Gaebelein



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The Annotated Bible, though written nearly 100 years ago, is a work still recognized as a classic by biblical scholars and students all over the world. Written over a 10 year period, this work is 9 volumes and over 3,100 pages of analysis and exposition on each passage of the Bible. Author Arno Clemens Gaebelein has a gift for uncovering teachable lessons that seem obvious but are not. He has a very unique, yet accurate way of approaching passages of Bible text and will surprise you with his keen insight.

Gaebelein was one of the most prolific preachers and Bible teachers of the twentieth century. His scholarship was highly regarded, and he assisted C. I. Scofield in publishing the monumental Scofield Reference Bible. Gaebelein spent 10 years of his life working on The Annotated Bible, and this commentary covers every passage from Genesis through Revelation.

Gaebelein brings to light lessons that you might not have noticed before. For example, in the story of the prodigal son, he reminds us of how Jesus' description of the elder brother was an indictment of the Pharisees who were present. Also, as you read the parables of Jesus, Gaebelein patiently pauses to show us when and how the Trinity is being revealed in these stories.

As another example, in the final chapter of John’s gospel, John tells us about the disciples who went back to fishing and caught 153 fish on the Sea of Galilee. Gaebelein asks why John felt it necessary to give us that exact number. He suggests it's because, at that time, there were exactly 153 known nations in the world, all who were meant to be gathered for the kingdom. Attention to details like these make for engaging study, sermons, and lessons.

Arno Clemens Gaebelein (1861-1945) was born in Thuringia (Germany) and came to the United States in 1879 to avoid military conscription. He was ordained by the Methodist Episcopal church in 1886, and later, in 1893, he founded the Hope of Israel movement and a Hebrew language magazine, Tigweth Israel, which became known as Our Hope. Gaebelein personally wrote most of the copy for the magazine himself. Gaebelein also served as the co-editor of the Scofield Reference Bible with Cyrus Ingerson Scofield. Gaebelein considered his greatest published work to be this Annotated Bible, a nine-volume, three-thousand-page survey of the Scripture that took ten years to complete.

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