12. Theological Encyclopcœdias: Schaff-Herzog (English); McClintock and Strong; Herzog (Second German Edition).
13. Bible Dictionaries: Hastings; Davis; Cheyne; Smith (edited by Hackett).
14. Commentaries: Meyer, on the New Testament; Philippi, Lange, Shedd, Sanday, on the Epistle to the Romans; Godet, on John?s Gospel; Lightfoot, on Philippians and Colossians; Expositor?s Bible, on the Old Testament books.
15. Bibles: American Revision (standard edition); Revised Greek ? English New Testament (published by Harper & Brothers); Annotated Paragraph Bible (published by the London Religious Tract Society) Stier and Theile, Polyglotten ? Bibel.
An attempt has been made, in the list of textbooks given above, to put first in each class the book best worth purchasing by the average theological student, and to arrange the books that follow this first one in the order of their value. German books, however when they are not yet accessible in an English translation, are put last, simply because they are less likely to be used as books of reference by the average student.
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