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University of Portland Clark Library

THE 205: Biblical Texts in Global Contexts (Byer): Patristic / Medieval / Reformation Commentaries

What are Ancient / Reformation Commentaries?

Ancient and reformation commentaries provide interpretation and exegesis of the biblical text written during earlier time periods. The Clark Library has print and eBook commentaries covering the ancient and reformation time periods.

Tips:

  • After following the link, add the name of your book of the Bible to the search boxes at the top of the page to help you to find the relevant commentary.
  • Some series do not cover every book of the Bible

Patristic

Multiple Time Periods

Medieval

Reformation

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