G CAMPBELL MORGAN
This edition of G. Campbell Morgan’s work has been compiled from the three volumes published in the early 1900s as The Messages of the Books of the Bible.
We at AMG Publishers have made several changes as we have combined these into one volume. This volume contains Morgan’s content for both the Old and New Testaments whereas in the previous publications, the Old Testament was split into two volumes, and the New Testament made the third volume. We also have updated the spelling in accordance with how our language has changed over the years. However, we have not updated the points of current history mentioned by Morgan; readers should note that they are from the turn of the century.
Morgan strives to lay out in simple form what he sees to be the message of each book of the Bible, or in some cases, the message of more than one book combined. The one exception to this is the book of Lamentations for which Morgan did not include a chapter. At the beginning of each chapter, he outlines the primary message in the form of a chart, which he follows as he writes the chapter, expounding on his basic points. For the Old Testament, he breaks each book down into “The Permanent Value(s)” and “The Living Message.” His layout for the books of the New Testament contains “The Essential Message” and “The Application.” The charts are a kind of overview for what the reader shall explore in the chapters