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  • Submitted: Oct 10 2013 06:56 AM
  • Last Updated: Apr 21 2014 10:33 PM
  • File Size: 24.77MB
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  • Downloads: 10,037
  • Author: William Barclay
  • e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
  • Tab Name: DSB

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e-Sword 9+ Module Download:
Download William Barclay's Daily Study Bible 1.1

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New Testament Devotional
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Author:
William Barclay

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

Tab Name:
DSB

This NT commentary set is excellent and often recognized for it's devotional value — if you can get past his poor theology.

What do I mean?

His grasp of history is phenomenal. His discussion of the background of every NT passage is absolutely filled with interesting and applicable information. His use of Greek is also excellent, yet judicious. There is no need to know any Greek/Hebrew to understand his comments. Reading this commentary can help to unlock the literal, historical, grammatical meaning of the text.

However, his theology is - at best - inconsistent, and occasionally downright heretical. You can read this review of his theology if you’re interested.

BOTTOM LINE: this is an excellent historical-grammatical commentary; just skip his theological comments.

(Description credit: Doctor Dave)

Installation:

1) Download the EXE version of the resource: barclay.exe

2) As the file downloads, click "Open" or "Run" in your browser to install the module automatically.

3) Restart e-Sword

What's New in Version 1.1 (See full changelog)

  • Added self installing version.


A REVIEW from DoctorDaveT.com....

 

This NT commentary set is excellent - if you can get past his poor theology. What do I mean? His grasp of history is phenomenal. His discussion of the background of every NT passage is absolutely filled with interesting and applicable information. His use of Greek is also excellent, yet judicious. There is no need to know any Greek/Hebrew to understand his comments. Reading this commentary can help to unlock the literal, historical, grammatical meaning of the text. However, his theology is - at best - inconsistent, and occasionally downright heretical. You can read this review of his theology if you’re interested. BOTTOM LINE: this is an excellent historical-grammatical commentary; just skip his theological comments.

Niobe.... 

What did you  update on this Commentary..Niobe ? 

 

Dartmaster644

I added a description and a photo to the listing.

Thanks Josh....I was just curious.

 

Dartmaster644

I couldn't open the file after downloading it.

William Barcley's commentary has been my guide for last twenty years..... There are others that may be better; but for me this is very simple practical and down to earth..... 

Thank you for making it available online.... 

can i get it in play store for android users ...?



can i get it in play store for android users ...?

In short, No! I am not certain if there is one for MySword (which is a Bible Study program for Android devices). If there is, then you can download it from this site, and install it on your device.

 

Blessings,

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Thanks for this download!  I have been looking for this set for years.  Now I got it for free!  Praise God!  Thanks again for this download.  This a great series by the way.  

Appreciative of the work being done to present these modules...I threw Barkley in a lot of years ago (couldn't stand his theology or lack there of) but have gone back to have a look and am stuck by his handle on the historicity of the times.This work is a real asset


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