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1 ERHARD, THOMAS AQUINAS. Isagoge et Commentarius in Universa Biblia Sacra Vulgata Editionis Sixti V. Clementis VIII.
Commentary on the Bible by a Benedictine Monk, Augsburg, 1735, German pigskin binding 1735 Panel-stamped pigskin binding with raised bands Nicely preserved original panel-stamped pigskin binding with raised bands, beveled wooden boards, working clasps & catches, later hand lettered title on spine, small 19th century paper label at bottom of spine, pigskin soiled, small worm holes in front cover near fore-edge with some extending into endpapers and two on into the next three leaves, blue-green page edges, medium foxing, 4cm corner torn from bottom of half-title page. book Folio, 24.5 x 37.5cm. Augusta Vindelicorum [Augsburg] et Pedeponti vulgo Statt am Hof prope Ratisbonam. Sumptibus Strotter, Gastel & Ilger, Bibliopolarum. Typis Antonii Maximiliani Heiss, Celsissimi & Reverendissimi Principis & Episcopi Constantiensis. Typographi Aulici. 
ERHARD, THOMAS AQUINAS. Isagoge et Commentarius in Universa Biblia Sacra Vulgata Editionis Sixti V. Clementis VIII. Pontific. Maxim. Auctoritate Recognita, Illustrans & Explicans Sacram Scripturam per Clara Prolegomena in Omnes et Singulos Libros: per Dilucida Summaria in Quavis Capita: per Selectas Annotationes, Breves Paraphrases, et Exegeses in loca et versus Paulo Difficiliores, ex optimis Catholics interpretibus, Prasertim SS. Patribus, desumptas; Tomus Primus [& Secundus] Opera & Studio P. Thoma Aq. Erhard Ord. S. Benedicti, Theologi & Professi, in antiquiss. & Exempto, Monasterio Wessofontano. Cum Licentia Superiorum et Sacra Casarea et Regia Catholica Majestatis per universum S.R.I. nec non Terras Austriacas Privilegio Speciali. Augusta Vindelicorum [Augsburg] et Pedeponti vulgo Statt am Hof prope Ratisbonam. Sumptibus Strotter, Gastel & Ilger, Bibliopolarum. Typis Antonii Maximiliani Heiss, Celsissimi & Reverendissimi Principis & Episcopi Constantiensis. Typographi Aulici. Anno MDCC.XXXV. [1735] Folio, 24.5 x 37.5cm.

Nicely preserved original panel-stamped pigskin binding with raised bands, beveled wooden boards, working clasps & catches, later hand lettered title on spine, small 19th century paper label at bottom of spine, pigskin soiled, small worm holes in front cover near fore-edge with some extending into endpapers and two on into the next three leaves, blue-green page edges, medium foxing, 4cm corner torn from bottom of half-title page.

First title printed in red & black, woodcut head & tail pieces, woodcut initial letter at beginning of each book of the Bible, Greek & Hebrew words and phrases, broken off leather tab on second title with piece of blank paper pasted on verso of title to strengthen tab mount.

Collation: )(3, )()(2, [H]2, A-Kk4, Ll2; title leaf, (A)-(Ss)4, (Tt)-(Zz)2. Pagination: (1) half-title, (1) blank, (1) title, (1) synopsis, (2) prafatio, (1) censura ordinarii, (1) approbatio, (1) facultas, (1) privilegium casar 
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A Commentary, Critical and Explanatory, on the Old and New Testaments., JAMIESON, ROBERT, A. R. Fausset, and David Brown
2 JAMIESON, ROBERT, A. R. Fausset, and David Brown A Commentary, Critical and Explanatory, on the Old and New Testaments.
1880 Book Large Quarto's 20 x 27.6cm. 2 Vols. Scranton, Pa, S.S. Scranton & Co. 
Very Nice Leather Bound copy of Jamieson, Fausset & Brown's Commentary on the Bible, Hartford, CT, 1880


JAMIESON, ROBERT, A. R. Fausset, and David Brown. A Commentary, Critical and Explanatory, on the Old and New Testaments. By the Rev. Robert Jamieson, D.D., St. Paul's Glasgow, Scotland; Rev. A.R. Fausset, A.M. St. Cuthbert's York, England; and the Rev. David Brown, D.D. Professor of Theology, Aberdeen, Scotland. Hartford [CT]: S.S. Scranton & Co. 1880. Large Quarto's 20 x 27.6cm. 2 Vols. $225.00

Beautifully bound in dark brown morocco spines and corners and dark maroon textured cloth over boards, marbled maroon page edges, light rubbing, sun line on textured cloth of two covers, pages tanned, otherwise good condition. Pagination: [1]-16, [i]-xvi, 17-742; [1]-605, 1-19 Dict. of Script. Proper Names, [1]-46 A New Geographical and Historical Index, [1]-[84] John Brown's Concordance.

Frontispiece in Vol. 1 plus 71 other separate plates with either single or multiple illustrations on them as well as maps. It includes at the end a Dictionary of Scripture Proper Names, a Geographical and Historical Index, and Brown's Concordance. There is a bookplate in each volume: "Private Library of J.N. Yoder." numbered No. 1 & No. 2. Also has his pencil signature in vol. 2.

Charles Spurgeon says of this commentary: "Of this I have a very high opinion.... It is to some extent a compilation and condensation of other men's thoughts, but it is sufficiently original to claim a place in every minister's library; indeed it contains so great a variety of information that if a man had no other exposition he would find himself at no great loss if he possessed this and used it diligently."--Commenting & Commentaries, p.41. Also (p.69) "A really standard work. We consult it continually, and with growing interest. Mr. Fausset's portion strikes us a being of the highest order." Robert Jamieson (1802-1880) Presbyterian, Church of Scotland minister of St. Paul's Glasgow. Andrew Robert Fausset (1821-1910) Anglican scholar and rector of St. Cuthbert's, York, England; evangelical and premillennialist. David Brown (1803-1897) Free Church of Scotland minister and Principal of the Free Church College, Aberdeen. He wrote the classic evangelical polemic against premillenialism, his own position being post-millennial. He was one of the founders of the Evangelical Alliance and served on the Committee for the Revised Version New Testament.
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Epistle of James, Practically Explained., NEANDER
3 NEANDER Epistle of James, Practically Explained.
Lewis Colby 1852 Cloth 12mo, 12.7 x 19cm 10TH-AM-NY-NY-COLBY 
NEANDER, AUGUSTUS. The Epistle of James, Practically Explained, By Dr. Augustus Neander. Translated from the German by Mrs. H.C. Conant. "Why call ye me Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say?" New York: Published by Lewis Colby, 122 Nassau Street. 1852. (c1851). 12mo, 12.7 x 19cm.

Bound in publisher's blind-stamped brown cloth with gilt lettering on spine, frayed spine ends consolidated with flexible book adhesive, light foxing. Rutgers College Library bookplate with "From the Library of Rev. J. A. Todd, DD. Class of 1845..." His signature "Jno. A. Todd" on front free endpaper. "Withdrawn" stamp over the bookplate. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright & printer, [3]-5 preface, (1) blank, 7-115pp, (1) blank, (4) ads.

Johann August Wilhelm Neander, 1789-1850, church historian. "At first interested in speculative theology, he soon turned to Church history and taught this subject at Berlin from 1813 till his death... Unlike Mosheim, whose interest was in institutions, Neander paid most attention to person, and made it his aim to discover in Church history the interpenetration of human life by the Divine. A convinced Protestant, though eirenic in temper, he regarded outward ordinances, esp. the priesthood, as dangerous to Christian simplicity."--Cross: Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (1963), p.942. Neander was born David Mendel and of Jewish descent but upon his conversion to Christianity and baptism on Feb. 15, 1806 he took the name of Neander which means "New-man." "His personal influence upon his students was very great. He presents the figure of a man of simple and childlike spirit...full of love and gentleness toward others, and wholly and unreservedly devoted to the Lord... Among those who contributed to the revival of faith and theology in the first half of this century [19th] he has, beyond dispute, one of the most prominent places, perhaps the most prominent if practical results be considered."--New Schaff-Herzog Ency. of Religious Knowledge, VIII:96. Neander wrote commentaries on Philippians, James and I John.

We offer the first English translation of his commentary on the Epistle of James.
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Epistle of Paul to the Phillippians, Practically Explained., NEANDER, AUGUSTUS
4 NEANDER, AUGUSTUS Epistle of Paul to the Phillippians, Practically Explained.
Lewis Colby 1852 Bound in publisher's blind-stamped brown cloth wit frayed & chipped spine ends & corners consolidated with flexible book adhesive, light foxing--heavier on first and last few pages. 12mo, 13.5 x 19.6cm AM-NY-NY-COLBY 
NEANDER, AUGUSTUS. The Epistle of Paul to the Philippians, Practically Explained. By Dr. Augustus Neander. Translated from the German by Mrs. H.C. Conant. New York: Published by Lewis Colby, 122 Nassau Street. 1851. (c1851). 12mo, 13.5 x 19.6cm.

Bound in publisher's blind-stamped brown cloth with gilt lettering on spine, frayed & chipped spine ends & corners consolidated with flexible book adhesive, light foxing--heavier on first and last few pages. Rutgers College Library bookplate. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright & printer, [iii]-xvii introduction, (1) blank, 19-240pp, (4) ads.

Johann August Wilhelm Neander, 1789-1850, church historian. "At first interested in speculative theology, he soon turned to Church history and taught this subject at Berlin from 1813 till his death... Unlike Mosheim, whose interest was in institutions, Neander paid most attention to person, and made it his aim to discover in Church history the interpenetration of human life by the Divine. A convinced Protestant, though eirenic in temper, he regarded outward ordinances, esp. the priesthood, as dangerous to Christian simplicity."--Cross: Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (1963), p.942. Neander was born David Mendel and of Jewish descent but upon his conversion to Christianity and baptism on Feb. 15, 1806 he took the name of Neander which means "New-man." "His personal influence upon his students was very great. He presents the figure of a man of simple and childlike spirit...full of love and gentleness toward others, and wholly and unreservedly devoted to the Lord... Among those who contributed to the revival of faith and theology in the first half of this century [19th] he has, beyond dispute, one of the most prominent places, perhaps the most prominent if practical results be considered."--New Schaff-Herzog Ency. of Religious Knowledge, VIII:96. Neander wrote commentaries on Philippians, James and I John.

We offer the first English translation of his commentary on Philippians. (17664) 
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First Epistle of John, Practically Explained., NEANDER, AUGUSTUS
5 NEANDER, AUGUSTUS First Epistle of John, Practically Explained.
Lewis Colby 1852 Bound in publisher's blind-stamped brown cloth wit frayed & chipped spine ends & corners consolidated with flexible book adhesive, light foxing--heavier on first and last few pages. 12mo, 13.5 x 19.1cm 10TH-AM-NY-NY-COLBY 
NEANDER, AUGUSTUS. The First Epistle of John, Practically Explained. By Dr. Augustus Neander. Translated from the German by Mrs. H.C. Conant. What Think Ye of Christ? New York: Published by Lewis Colby, 122 Nassau Street. 1852. (c1852). 12mo, 13.5 x 19.1cm.

Bound in publisher's blind-stamped brown cloth with gilt lettering on spine, frayed & chipped spine ends & corners consolidated with flexible book adhesive, light foxing--heavier on first and last few pages. Rutgers College Library bookplate "Presented by Rev. J.B. Thompson D.D." Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright & printer, [iii]-vi, [7]-319pp, (1) blank, (4) ads--large piece torn from last page of ads.

Johann August Wilhelm Neander, 1789-1850, church historian. "At first interested in speculative theology, he soon turned to Church history and taught this subject at Berlin from 1813 till his death... Unlike Mosheim, whose interest was in institutions, Neander paid most attention to person, and made it his aim to discover in Church history the interpenetration of human life by the Divine. A convinced Protestant, though eirenic in temper, he regarded outward ordinances, esp. the priesthood, as dangerous to Christian simplicity."--Cross: Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (1963), p.942. Neander was born David Mendel and of Jewish descent but upon his conversion to Christianity and baptism on Feb. 15, 1806 he took the name of Neander which means "New-man." "His personal influence upon his students was very great. He presents the figure of a man of simple and childlike spirit...full of love and gentleness toward others, and wholly and unreservedly devoted to the Lord... Among those who contributed to the revival of faith and theology in the first half of this century [19th] he has, beyond dispute, one of the most prominent places, perhaps the most prominent if practical results be considered."--New Schaff-Herzog Ency. of Religious Knowledge, VIII:96. Neander wrote commentaries on Philippians, James and I John.

We offer the first English translation of his commentary on I John.
(17659) 
Price: 35.00 USD
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