Getting Bible Commentaries without a library

A few years back I posted a video showing how to get to the relevant pages of a Bible commentary using Google Books. Since then the video hosting service I used has removed the video, and Google has changed their interface. So, here is a renewed one.

What this means is that any serious Bible student can get at the latest and best biblical studies without a library and from wherever they happen to be.

Commentaries are the lifeblood of serious everyday Bible Study, as they present the results of extensive reading packaged and simplified.

2 comments on “Getting Bible Commentaries without a library

  1. Andy

    You can also see quite a lot of content on as well where there’s a “Look Inside” feature. They sometimes let you see content that’s not available on Google Books

    1. tim

      Yes, that’s true. I find Amazon less easy to use, but perhaps I need more practice…