Author:Albert Barnes

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Albert Barnes
(1798–1870)
American theologian
Albert Barnes

Works[edit]

  • Essays on Intemperance (1828)
  • A discourse on the sovereignty of God (1829)
  • "The Way of Salvation": A Sermon, Delivered at Morristown, New Jersey, February 8. 1829, together with Mr. Barnes' Defence of the Sermon, Read before the Synod of Philadelphia, at Lancaster, October 29, 1830, and His "Defence" before the Second Presbytery of Philadelphia, in Reply to the Charges of the Rev. Dr. George Junkin. 7th ed. (1830)
  • Questions on the historical books of the New Testament: designed for Bible classes and Sunday schools (1830)
  • American enterprise; or, Christianity adapted to the active powers of American youth: a discourse (1832)
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. I - Matthew and Mark (1832)
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. II - Luke and John (1832)
  • Prayers for the use of families (1833)
  • Practical preaching : an address delivered before the Porter Rhetorical Society, in the Theological Seminary, Andover, September 10, 1833 (1833)
  • Notes, explanatory and practical, on the Gospels: designed for Sunday school teachers and Bible classes (1834), 2 vols.
  • Questions on the Epistle to the Romans (1834)
  • The Scriptural argument for episcopacy examined: first published in the Quarterly Christian Spectator for March, 1834, and March, 1835 (1835)
  • The literature and science of America: an address before the Association of the Alumni of Hamilton College, delivered July 27, 1836. (1836)
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. V: I Corinthians (1837)
  • A sermon occasioned by the death of the Rev. James Patterson (1838)
  • Questions on the historical books of the New Testament, designed for Bible classes and Sunday schools (1839)
  • Notes, critical, explanatory, and practical on the Book of the prophet Isaiah (1840), 2 vols.
  • An oration on the progress and tendency of science delivered before the Connectucut Alpha of Phi, Beta, Kappa at New Haven, August 18, 1840. (1840)
  • The progress and tendencies of science; an address, delivered before the Diagnothian and Goethean Societies of Marshall College, at Mercersburg, Pa., September 29, 1840. (1840)
  • Albert Barnes on the Maine Liquor Law: The Throne of Iniquity, or, Sustaining Evil by Law: A Discourse in Behalf of a Law Prohibiting the Traffic in Intoxicating Drinks—Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Feb. 1, 1852, and in the Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg, Feb. 29, 1852 (1852)
  • An Inquiry into the Scriptural Views of Slavery (1857)
  • The Church and Slavery (1857)
  • The Atonement in its Relations to Law and Moral Government (1859)
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. III - Acts of the Apostles (1834)
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. IV - Romans (1834)
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. VI: II Corinthians and Galatians (1851)
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. VII: Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians (1858)
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. VIII: Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, and Philemon
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. IX: Hebrews (1858)
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. X: James, Peter, John, and Jude (1859)
  • Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical. Vol. XI: Revelation (1860)
  • Notes on the Old Testament: Explanatory and Practical: Job Vol. 1 (1851)
  • Notes on the Old Testament: Explanatory and Practical: Psalms (1864), 3 vols.
  • Notes on the Old Testament: Explanatory and Practical: Isaiah (1861), 2 vols.
  • Notes on the Old Testament: Explanatory and Practical: Daniel (1861), 2 vols.
  • Lectures on the evidences of Christianity in the nineteenth century (1868)

Works about Barnes[edit]

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