Greetings!

Adam Clarke's 1810/1825 commentary and critical notes on the Bible was updated and uploaded today (28 July 2016). The Old Testament books from Genesis to Psalms were updated of the following: 

  1. Wrong book introduction (at chapter 1, before the commentary on verse 1). The original migration seemed to picked up the last entry of the previous book's second to last chapter. The correct introductory text was taken from 2 online sources.
  2. Wrong Bible verse links that are supposed to be for other books. Links that are suppose to be for books that starts with numbers like 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, etc are linked to the current book. Again, the links are compared to the 2 online sources.
  3. Added back the missing Hebrew text using the 2 online sources as reference.
  4. Added missing word spacing in many Greek texts.
  5. Added some missing content.
  6. Fixed some tables.

The Old Testament books from Proverbs to Malachi still require similar fixes and will follow soon. The New Testament was already fixed last 21 June 2016.

You may download the Commentary by going to the Download page:

Alternatively, you can also download them directly via MySword running in your Android device. Just go to Menu->More->Download modules. Then select the module type, language (if any), then the modules, and start downloading.

Enjoy reading God's Word!


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