This collection offers enduring classics on the Gospels and Acts including multivolume commentaries, helpful overviews, focused monographs, and rich daily expositions. These volumes delve into the interpretation of these foundational Scriptures and address some of the most pressing and perennial challenges that face exegetes and theologians. Renowned scholars, such as Brooke Foss Westcott, Constantine von Tischendorf, A. B. Bruce, and others, bring their monumental insights to the four Gospels and the book of Acts, allowing readers to stand on the shoulders of these theological and exegetical giants and reach new heights of understanding this fundamental section of the New Testament. In addition to in-depth commentaries, this collection also includes works that examine and defend the historical character of the Gospels, focus on the sayings of Jesus, and offer chronologies of the Gospel events. This collection is a veritable one-stop-shop for classic treatments of all the major aspects and issues surrounding the Gospels and Acts.
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For more classic commentaries and studies that focus on each book of the Gospels and Acts, check out Classic Commentaries and Studies on Matthew (25 vols.), Classic Commentaries and Studies on Mark (24 vols.), Classic Commentaries and Studies on Luke (24 vols.), Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Gospel according to John (25 vols.), and Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Acts of the Apostles (31 vols.).