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100 Things to Do in Philadelphia Before You Die


100 Things to Do in Philadelphia Before You Die


$9.99


Want to land a table at Philadelphia’s trendiest restaurants? Get instagram-worthy photos of the sunset over the city? Score free or discounted show tickets? Introduce your jaded teen to a dwarf’s skeleton? Discover a kid-sized grocery store that will keep your toddler busy on a rainy afternoon? Want to be serenaded by future opera stars or sing the praises of the best cheesesteak? Then this bucket list book is for you. It includes the tried-and-true as well as little known gems for lifelong Philadelphians, recent transplants and visitors. Looking to keep the kids engaged during school vacations? Want to make the most of your visit to the City of Brotherly Love? Want to find out where to go in Philadelphia and how to get the most out of each experience? Then make this curated, easy-to-use guide your travel companion. Irene Levy Baker has spent more than 25 years exploring Philadelphia’s nooks and crannies. And now she’s ready to share the city’s hidden treasures with you. After working for almost a decade at the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau, she opened Spotlight Public Relations, a public relations firm specializing in restaurants and hospitality. Irene has worked with tourist bureaus in Philadelphia and South Jersey, the “mayor” of Chinatown, boutique hotels, a historic tavern, celebrity chefs, the nation’s first environmentally-smart hotel and one of the nation’s largest malls. She has hosted scores of travel writers – the world’s most jaded travelers – and noted what surprised and delighted them. And she’s about to reveal the city’s secrets to you.

A Newbies Guide to NOOK Color


A Newbies Guide to NOOK Color


$2.99


New to Nook and looking for something that tells you all the tips and trips not quite covered in the user guide? This is the book for you. Minute Help will walk you through the basics, help you organize your library, learn how to share books (and find free books), and get social with Facebook and Twitter. We’ll also show you all the free and paid apps that are essential to every persons eReader. Minute Help Guides will also take you where other guide books are afraid to: Jailbreaking-a hack that let’s you take your Nook to the next level. Under the hood of the Nook Color is a powerful Android tablet-if you really want to get a bang for your buck, you have to root it (beware, this voids the warranty); rooting will allow you to install apps not on the marketplace, edit the OS, and create Nook experience like no others. And this guide shows you how that can be done. If your tired of guides that simply tell you what you already know, then get ready for something a little different.

A Newbies Guide to Nook GlowLight


A Newbies Guide to Nook GlowLight


$3.29


Welcome to your new Nook GlowLight! This guide will get you started with all things Nook GlowLight. While it is a relatively simple device, there are plenty of hidden features, customization settings, and extensibility options that can help you go beyond the out-of-the-box ebook experience. The first half of this guide includes Nook Basic Training. In Part 1: Introducing Nook GlowLight, we’ll give you an overview of your device, including how it stacks up against certain competitors named after large South American rainforests. In Part 2: Getting Started, we’ll show you how to get your device up and running, as well as how to find your way around, type, and care for your device. In Part 3: Buying Barnes and Noble Content, we’ll introduce you to the Barnes and Noble Shop. Part 4: The Reading Experience gets to the heart of Nook ownership by showing you how to read and manage your Nook books, as well as all the cool extras that come along with Nook books. In the second half of this guide, we’ll move into more advanced features that will help you truly get the most out of your Nook. Part 5: Sideloading Books will show you how to add files from outside the Barnes and Noble ecosystem, and Part 6: Public Library Lending will point you toward free downloads from participating libraries. Part 7: Getting Social will walk you through your Nook’s social features, including sharing, Nook Friends, and Nook lending. In Part 8: Settings and Hidden Features, we’ll show you how to fully customize your device, add photos to your screensaver collections, surf the web, and more. We’ll wrap things up in Part 9: Free Books for Your Nook with ten of our favorite sources for legal free ebooks.

America Deceived II


America Deceived II


$6.99


*NEW RELEASE* Read the Free Preview of the infamous 9/11 chapter. The novel “America Deceived II” by author E.A. Blayre III is now available on all E-book readers, including Amazon Kindle, Apple iPad, Barnes & Noble Nook, Sony Reader, Vtech Portable, Kobo E-reader, Aluratek Libre, Ectaco Jetbook and many others. DISCLAIMER: IUniverse does not endorse, support, promote or condone any of the thoughts, ideas, or language presented in the novel “America Deceived II” by E.A. Blayre III. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK

Bad Bananas


Bad Bananas


$2.99


A wisecracking activity-story book about the short (shelf) life of a bunch of bruisers-with 7 yummy recipes to save families from “I’m bored” disease. While banana characters try crazy stunts and start turf wars, this cautionary cookbook provides easy, low-sugar recipes (including banana muffins, smoothies, cookies and pancakes-more recipes at Premiobooks.com). The story is fun and filled with conjunctions. The perfect family activity, Bad Bananas facilitates tasty, funny, hands-on fun (ages 4-12). Called “bizarrely funny” in Horn Book’s blog, it’s also an ebook. 24-page, perfect bound 8″x10″, paper picture book with African-American character, 320 words (before recipes) by Karl Beckstrand, illustrated by Jeff Faerber, Premio Publishing & Gozo Books, LLC (worldwide rights 2011), available via Premiobooks.com (SEE INSIDE! Free recipes), Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Follett Library Resources/BWI Title Wave, Brodart, Bn.com/NOOK, Kindle/Amazon.com, iBooks and select retailers. ISBN: 978-0977606511, LCCN: 2010910826, JUV050000, JUV011010, JUV019000, JUV054000, JUV020000

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 1st Corinthians


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 1st Corinthians


$2.88


You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 1st Corinthians, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 1st John


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 1st John


$2.88


You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 1st John, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are val

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 1st Peter


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 1st Peter


$2.88


You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 1st Peter, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are va

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 1st Thessalonians


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 1st Thessalonians


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 1st Thessalonians, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features whic

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 1st Timothy


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 1st Timothy


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 1st Timothy, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 2nd Corinthians


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 2nd Corinthians


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 2nd Corinthians, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 2nd John


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 2nd John


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 2nd John, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are val

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 2nd Peter


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 2nd Peter


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 2nd Peter, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are va

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 2nd Thessalonians


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 2nd Thessalonians


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 2nd Thessalonians, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features whic

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 2nd Timothy


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 2nd Timothy


$2.88


You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 2nd Timothy, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of 3rd John


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of 3rd John


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of 3rd John, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are val

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of Acts


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of Acts


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of Acts, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are valued

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of Colossians


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of Colossians


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of Colossians, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are v

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of Ephesians


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of Ephesians


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of Ephesians, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are va

Barnes' Notes on the New Testament-Book of Galatians


Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament-Book of Galatians


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You are about to purchase and download the ebook version of Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament- The Book of Galatians, by Albert Barnes, for your Nook or other eBook Reader Device. Instead of downloading Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament in its entirety, we have conveniently broken this monumental work into individual books. This allows you to save more free space on your Nook/other device and makes for faster searches and quicker navigation. We sincerely hope these features will enhance your studies and maximize your reading experience. Albert Barnes (1798-1870) pastored the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia for a period of over thirty-five years during the middle of the nineteenth century. He was deeply involved in the social and moral issues of his day – slavery, drinking, dancing, and so on. It was during these years that there flowed from the mind and pen of Albert Barnes a veritable stream of volumes of essays, sermons, and Notes for Bible Study. The latter were prepared for the specific use of Sunday School Workers. When Barnes reached the close of his long and busy career he had provided notes on the entire New Testament as well as on several books of the Old Testament. It is almost unbelievable that so busy a pastor could make such a large contribution to the field of religious literature. Albert Barnes himself tells us how this was made possible. He did all his writing before nine o’clock in the morning. By rising regularly between four and five o’clock he could daily spend several hours in writing without neglecting his work as pastor. Because Barnes had a high regard for the Bible as the infallible word of God, his Notes are thoroughly Scriptural. Albert Barnes was willing to let the Bible speak for itself. That no doubt accounts for the fact that this commentary bears the approval of Bible-believing Christians everywhere. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New Testament is an all-purpose commentary. It embodies exactly those features which are va
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