The Biblical Illustrator1.) What is The Biblical Illustrator? --
The Biblical Illustrator was originally published in 1887, in
London, by Joseph Exell (One of the editors for the Pulpit
commentary). The Biblical Illustrator is a collection of
Anecdotes, Similies, Emblems, Illustrations, Expository,
Scientific, Geographical, Historical, and Homiletics gathered
from a wide range of home and foreign literature on the
verses of the Bible.
2.) What does the Biblical Illustrator consist of? --
There are 34752 pages of information covering the entire
Bible. As far as we can tell The Biblical Illustrator is out of
print, but it has listed for as high as $1150. It is organized
in the same fashion as The Pulpit Commentary and would be
a wonderful complement to any student's library.
3.) Who authored The Biblical Illustrator?
Actually The Biblical Illustrator is a compilation of many of
the most classically acclaimed authors and commentators,
organized in a verse-by-verse manner. These authors
include: Spurgeon, Augustine, MacLaren, Manton, Godet,
Trapp, Lightfoot, Ryle, Hodge, Murray, Donne, Plumptre,
Alexander, Owen, Moody, Parker, and hundreds of other
Essentially, for every passage of the Bible, you will now
have at your fingertips, a collection of writings, and
commentary from many of the authors listed above. Because
of the large collection of contributors, The Biblical
Illustrator, is a must-have for every serious Bible student.
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