This New Testament Comentary by John Darby (Brethren) is from a Brethren perspective (premillennial).
This Brethren Commentary by Ridout Pentateuch Commentary is a classic Brethren work.
This is a work on Hebrews by Sir Robert Anderson, looking at the Types in Hebrews which is a tremendous topic in and of itself. Note that this module is not in cmt format, but regular book format.
Nisbet Church Pulpit Commentary Cmt 12 vols over 100 authors with nearly 5,000 pages has concise comments and sermon outlines, perfect for preaching.
The object of the book is to help a Christian, desirous of reading the word of God with profit, in seizing the scope and connection of that which it contains. Originally written in French, John Darby’s Synopsis provides an excellent summary and overview of each chapter of the New Testament.
Gaebelein, Arno C – Annotated Bible (Commentary) v0.2 an excellent Brethren Commentary.
L.M. Grant (Brethen) wrote extensively on many books of the Bible. Comments on the Book of Genesis Comments On The Book Of Exodus Comments On The Book Of Leviticus Comments On The Book Of Numbers Comments On The Book Of Deuteronomy Comments On Joshua Comments On Judges Comments On The Book Of Ruth Comments On The First Book Of Samuel – From Family Hour Comments On The Second Book Of Samuel – From Family Hour Comments on the First Book of Kings – From Family Hour Comments on the Second Book of Kings Comments On 2 Chronicles The Book Of Ezra Comments On The Book Of Nehemiah Comments on the Book of Esther Comments On The Book Of Job Wisdom’s Closing Message – Proverbs 25 – 31 Zechariah Comments on the Gospel of Matthew Comments On Mark Comments On The Gospel Of Luke Comments On The Gospel Of John Commentary on the book of Acts Comments On The Book Of Romans Comments on First Corinthians Comments on Second Corinthians Comments On Galatians Comments On The Epistle To The Ephesians Comments On Philippians Comments On Colossians Comments On First Thessalonians Comments On Second Thessalonians Comments On First Timothy Comments On…
Expository Commentary on the Old and New Testament
By Harry Allen Ironside
Henry Allen “Harry” Ironside (October 14, 1876 – January 15, 1951) was a Canadian-American Bible teacher, preacher, theologian, pastor, and author.
This is a combination of Ironside’s commentaries on individual books (some difference in his formatting between books) all combined into a single commentary on the Old and New Testaments with over 700+ entries of passages (mostly one chapter per entry). Harry Ironside was a very popular Brethren speaker and writer, and this work shows his sound dispensational mindset in his commentaries.
This is a brethren author commentary on 1 Kings.
This is a brethren author commentary on 2 Samuel.