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    Exclamation Google's Free Commentaries

    Thought you might enjoy this. Google has scanned many of the old classic commentaries that are now public domain. They are large files, but hey, free books! You can't beat it!

    Here is my book list: http://books.google.com/books?as_lis...cMEwLo&rview=1

    Sincerely,
    Dr. Bob Payne
    Berean Baptist Church
    Belleville, MI
    http://www.bereanbaptistbelleville.org

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    Hi, thanks for sharing.
    Just one, mayby, stupid question: but is it possible to browse the books - or can you only do searches?
    Morten

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    Default Yes you can

    Yes, you can browse the books - read them page by page. Another great source is the Christian Classics Ethereal Library, operated out of Calvin College

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    Oh boy, those are some of the really excellent ones. Wish they were done for BW or Libronix-style.

    Dan Phillips
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    Have fun, Dan! The only problem is that the pdf files are large since they are scanned books.

    Bob Payne

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    bobvenem thanks! If you really dig you can find some great stuff. Free is always a good price!

    BP

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    I found some more good books. So much to find!

    http://books.google.com/books?as_lis...cMEwLo&rview=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gospelizer View Post
    I found some more good books. So much to find!

    http://books.google.com/books?as_lis...cMEwLo&rview=1

    Hi again
    One thing I just don't get is how to read and browse the books! If you go the link above and choose the last volume on acts, nothing comes up that allows you to read or search the book.
    Other books on the same list give you a search option - but still no browsing from page to page.

    Or how?

    Morten

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