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#1 James Rice

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 05:40 PM

File Name: Gaebelein, Arno C - Annotated Bible (Commentary) v0.2
File Submitter: Cato
File Submitted: 09 Mar 2012
File Updated: 10 Mar 2012
File Category: Commentaries
Author: Arno C. Gaebelein
e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x

Revised e-Sword Edition:
3/10/12: Several critical issues fixed.
3/9/12: Cato recreated this module. The old module was so poorly formated and organized, the module was completely unusable. Most who downloaded the old module deleted it for this reason.

About The Annotated Bible
Written over a 10 year period, Gaebelein considered the Annotated Bible to be his crowning achievement. Today, bible scholars consider the Annotated Bible a classic and Gaebelein to be one of America's truly great Bible teachers.

This passage by passage commentary features:
  • 9 volumes
  • 3,100+ pages (8 megabytes of text!)
  • Solidly Dispensational
  • Every Book of the Bible
Gaebelein taught the Bible always with an eye towards prophecy. His analysis and exposition were so well-regarded that C.I. Scofield enlisted Gaebelein's help in providing the basis for prophetic material in his Reference Bible. Gaebelein's writings are quoted in many other well-known commentaries such as Harry Ironside's Matthew.

Gaebelein was a careful teacher of prophecy. As World War I unfolded around him, many Christians of the time believe they were experiencing Armageddon. Gaebelein cautioned believers against this view, having an understanding of Israel's place in prophecy that had not yet been fulfilled. His prudence against "date setting" and other reckless prophetic teaching makes his studies in Scripture worthy of attention today. Gaebelein taught that the Bible foretold the return of Israel to their promised land, but died before being able to witness those events take place.

The Annotated Bible commentary takes a stand against higher criticism that seeks to strip the Bible of its prophetic authority and addresses historical and doctrinal issues. The reader will find aid in the passage divisions offered by Gaebelein as well as his book introductions, which address internal and external testimonies of the authorship of the books of the Bible.

---C.I. Scofield said of Gaebelein's commentary:
"Admirable analyses and clear, sane, and spiritual interpretations."

---J. D. Pentecost, Dallas Theological Seminary, said:
They are highly recommended to Bible students for their keen insight into the books, their faithfulness in exposition of the truths of the Word, and the warmth of love for the Lord they reflect.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 12:50 AM

Hello Brother Cato,

I'm familiar with the author and his associates, so I'm really looking forward to using this. I just downloaded and installed it. I tried it on a couple of Scripture passages I've been studying and see that it's going to be excellent. Thanks sincerely for your hard work.

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6 Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God. 7 And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.


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