Today’s new release is a 17-volume storehouse of study helps enjoyed by preachers and students of God’s Word for 100 years. It’s called An Interpretation of the English Bible, originally authored by Dr. B.H. Carroll in 1913. You can still find this work in print form. I found it on Amazon for $292.24. Our price is just $99.95, and for the next 14 days, it’s on sale at the introductory price of $39.95. Click here to take advantage of this sale now! Or, call us at 1-800-888-9898 and mention special offer 6596.
Here’s Why This “Interpretation” Has Been So Popular:
Dr. Carroll tells us in the work’s preface, “This work is an interpretation rather than a commentary in the popular acceptance of the latter term.” This allows the author to indulge in paraphrasing the biblical text, occasionally inserting a sermon on a vital subject, and even adding bits of humor he finds in the process. Carroll does this brilliantly. The wisdom in this work reads as fresh today as when it was written. In spite of Carroll’s claim of it being an “interpretation,” when it was first published it was widely acclaimed as “the greatest commentary on the English Bible ever published.” Click here and see for yourself.
B.H. Carroll Had a Gift for Peering into Human Personality
Spend 30 minutes with Dr. Carroll’s work and I think you’ll agree that he was a gifted theologian, yet his writing style is warm, personable, and far from stuffy. His real gift was his ability to understand and relate to human personalities. Again and again he helps us understand what was going on in the minds of biblical characters.
Remember the story in Genesis 44? It’s where Joseph finds his royal cup hidden in Benjamin’s sack. Judah steps up and delivers a speech, taking responsibility for his brother. Dr. Carroll says: “Now we come to one of the greatest pieces of oratory in the world, the speech of Judah before Joseph. Analyze the power of Judah’s speech.” Carroll takes us deep into the mindset of the heartbroken Judah. He connects this moment of deep human emotion with another speech in popular literature. Then Carroll reminds us of how Christ would substitute His own life for our sins. I was emotionally moved by this insight, and I think you will be too. Carroll does this throughout this impressive work.
Dr. Carroll fully understood the human condition. He also invites us to consider the tender love and mind of Jesus. An example of this can be found in the parable of The Good Samaritan. At the conclusion of this parable, Jesus said, “Go and do thou likewise.” Dr. Carroll writes: “I ask the reader to note, first, our Lord’s method of dealing with men. He always addressed himself to the man’s standpoint in such a way as to awaken thought and produce self-conviction.” I’d never considered this before, but it’s true!
Rediscover An Interpretation of the English Bible
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