Whedon’s Commentary on the Old and New Testament – Volume XI

An excellent commentary from an Arminian-Wesleyan perspective.



This book has been properly formatted, has a clickable Table of Contents, and is fully searchable (403 pages).

Daniel Whedon lived from 1808 – 1885. He wrote a complete commentary on the New Testament and was the editor of the Old Testament. As such, the entire commentary bears his name.

Coming from an Arminian-Wesleyan perspective, Whedon had a clear voice in the controversy between Arminianism and Calvinism of his day. Each Bible commentary includes background, history, and word studies.

The eleventh volume covers Luke – John.

Here is an overview of the fourteen volumes and the authors:

Genesis and Exodus by Milton Spenser Terry and Fales H. Newhall
Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy by Daniel Steele and John W. Lindsay
Joshua to 2 Samuel by Milton Spenser Terry and Daniel Steele
Kings to Esther by Milton Spenser Terry
The Book of Psalms by F. G. Hibbard
Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Solomon’s Song by J. K. Burr, W. Hunter, and A. B. Hyde
Isaiah, Jeremiah, and the Lamentations of Jeremiah by H. Bannister and F. D. Hemenway
Ezekiel and Daniel by Camden M. Cobern
The Minor Prophets by Frederick Carl Eiselen
Matthew–Mark by D. D. Whedon
Luke–John by D. D. Whedon
Acts–Romans by D. D. Whedon
1 Corinthians–2 Timothy by D. D. Whedon
Titus–Revelation by D. D. Whedon


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