Studies in the Gospel of Mark are 46 studies on the Gospel of Mark hitting main themes in the Gospel of Mark.
Barry-The Parables of the Old Testament theWord General treatment of Parables, Fables, Allegories, Riddles, Visions, Proverbs, and Figurative Prophecies.
The Second Blessing in Symbol is a 29 chapter work by Carradine (Nazarene-Methodist) in which he examines the second blessing in the symbols presented in Scripture. Following the John Wesley-Methodist line of thought, they believe in a second grand event after salvation which is a point of sanctification or perfection. This work describes this event in Symbols.
The Works of Harry Ironside are 12 books by Ironside. Topics run from the Parable of the Foolish and wise virgins to Another Gospel? Holiness, Ultra-Dispensationalism.
Expositions of Holy Scripture Mark is a commentary on Mark
This is a 30 chapter work on various passages of Scripture about the Christian Life.
Mitchell thoroughly expounds each of the parabolic stories of the Old Testament, where he seeks spiritual truths hidden in some of the oldest stories of the Bible.
The Parables of the New Testament, Practically Unfolded William Bacon Stevens, 1857 (Bolded titles are choice!)
This work by Louis Gaussen, The Divine Inspiration of the Bible, is translated from German (I think, but from another language). One of the key concepts he treats is the concept of theopneustia, which is the Greek adjective, “God-Breathed” or inspired. He looks at different aspects of the Bible’s inspiration.
This is a primer on Interpreting the Bible by Pastor Bob Smith. He has 13 chapters on how to interpret the Bible, and his form is very easy to read and understand.
Life and Times takes Jesus the Messiah, and examines the New Testament teaching in light of Jewish history and culture
In Glover’s work on the Jesus of History, he explores the life of Christ. Note that he has some really interesting topics such as Jesus’ teaching on Sin, and Christ’s use of the Old Testament. Some others are Jesus’ Own God Consciousness, Jesus is to be known by what he does, and Jesus’ personality.
Mawson Feast, the Famine and the Flame.