Digitisation of The Expositor

For the last few months I have been giving priority to the digitisation of the Victorian journal, The Expositor. My reasons for this are two-fold.

Firstly, the journal contains hundreds of useful articles by such authors as B.B. Warfield and William R. Ramsay which deserve a wider readership. Secondly, the first eight series took up around twelve feet of shelf-space, and that space is at a premium in our flat.

[tweetthis hidden_hashtags=”bibstuds”]1,586 articles from “The Expositor” now available on-line[/tweetthis]

So, with the completion of the digitisation is Series 4 this evening, six-feet of shelf-space has been freed, and 1,586 articles – most previously unavailable – are now on-line. Click on the links below to read them.

Series 1 – Vols 1 – 12 (1875-1880)
Series 2 – Vols. 1 – 8 (1881-1884)
Series 3 – Vols. 1 – 10 (1885-1889)
Series 4 – Vols. 1 – 10 (1890-1894)

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  1. Brian Small – I completed my Ph.D. in New Testament at Baylor University in May 2012. I have taught undergraduate courses for Baylor University, Gardner-Webb University, Bluefield College, and the University of Kentucky, and I was an adjunct instructor for Wesley Seminary of Indiana Wesleyan University and for Bethel University in Indiana. I am the author of "The Characterization of Jesus in the Book of Hebrews" published with Brill Academic Publishers. I am currently a United Methodist pastor in Grand Rivers, KY. I have a blog devoted exclusively to the Book of Hebrews at: polumeros.blogspot.com.
    Brian Small says:

    Thanks for doing this. Just to let you know: In volume 7.5 (1888), you list Frederic Godet as the author of the article on Hebrews. In fact, it is A. B. Bruce.

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