You are about to download the eBook version of The Companion Bible, The Book of Genesis, by E.W. Bullinger. This timeless and exhaustive scripture reference classic is a wonderful addition to your biblical library!
Instead of downloading The Companion Bible in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your e-Reader device and makes for faster operation and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience.This study Bible was produced nearly a century ago by Ethelbert W. Bullinger. This bible is a King James Version and as such should be familiar to anyone. Each page is split in two, one side containing the KJV text and the other side containing E.W. Bullinger's notes.
The Companion Bible is STILL one of THE BEST study Bibles on the market, bar none. It does take some time to learn how to use, but once the reader has comprehended the outlines, and the special indexing into the marginal notes, they will discover it is still one of the best Bible helps on the market today. Very few others even comes close, including very sophisticated computer versions. As you read the KJV text, there are notations that tell you when Bullinger has something to say about the verse or word noted. These comments are in the side bar next to the KJV text. These 'notes' help you to break the bible down into an organized outline, often revealing a deeper meaning in the texts.
The appendices included are small essays and charts explaining everything from Greek grammar, to Hebrew customs and figures of speech. You simply cannot understand any bible unless you fully read and understand Bullinger's appendices. Be warned that some appendices contain information that is controversial. Rest assured, however, that Bullinger offers biblical and historical proof for each of his statements. Judge for yourself if these have any merit.
E.W. Bullinger never really wanted his name associated with this bible so as to let his work, not his name, speak for itself. His comments in the Companion Bible reflect the time period in which he lived (late 1800's) and offer insight into many Christian theories that were new in his time, but to us now seem old. The rapture theory and the gap theory being two of these.
Don't pass up this opportunity to obtain a copy of this awesome Bible reference! Original hard copy editions of these works have sold for many times the cost of this download.
Buy this Bible. Read this Bible. Though you may find you disagree with some of Bullinger's comments, you will never regret your purchase.
Ethelbert William Bullinger was born on December 15, 1837 in Canterbury, England. Educated at King's College, London, he was noted broadly for three works: A Critical Lexicon and Concordance to the English and Greek New Testament (1877); for his ground-breaking and exhaustive work on Figures of Speech Used in the Bible (1898); and as the primary editor of The Companion Bible (published in 6 parts, beginning in 1909; The Archbishop of Canterbury granted him an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree in 1881 in recognition of his biblical scholarship.
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