63 excellent chapters on parabolic interpretation. How good is it? John MacArthur has it on his list of 850 recommended books for the expositor (and he favors modern/contemporary works…). I highly recommend this title.
In this book, Pastor Morgan deals with some of the great moments in the life of Christ: His Birth, His Baptism, the Temptation, the Transfiguration, the Crucifixion, the Resurrection, the Ascension, the answer of Christ (which is Man Redeemed).
This four chapter work explains the purpose of the Advent; to destroy Satan’s Works, to take away sin, to reveal the Father, and to prepare for the Second advent.
This is Pastor Morgan’s The Seven Churches of Rev 2-3 in which he comments on the letter to each church.
The Analyzed Bible is a cross between a Bible Introduction Handbook and a Bible Commentary. Campbell works to keep a focus balance with an overall view balance.
In this 6 chapter work by Morgan (Congregationalist), he looks at the life of a new convert to Christ. He begins with a message to the new convert, then he examines the new fact, the new responsibility, the new perils, the new resources, and the new activities.
In The Teaching of Christ (20 chapters) by Morgan (Congregationalist) he examines the teaching of Christ around principal doctrinal themes: God, Himself, Spirit, Angels, Satan and Demons, Man, Sin, His Saving Mission, Responsibility, Sanctity, Conception, Different Phases, Existing anarchy, the cross, the church, the conflict, the crisis, and applications.