David Guzik Commentaries

David GuzikCommentaries authored by David Guzik, hosted at Enduring Word Media, are conservative, evangelical, and literal. Eschatology is viewed, appropriately, through a futuristic lens. I recommend these commentaries to you. Electronic versions are typically available for free (see below for options).

David Guzik is the pastor of Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara. He provides brief, verse by verse commentaries on the whole Bible – or soon will. The New Testament commentaries are complete, and the Old Testament commentaries are nearing completion with only a handful of books remaining.

Guzik’s commentaries can be read online for free at EnduringWord.com. (For easier reading on mobile devices, use this link.) Some of the commentaries are also available in audio format as identified by speaker icons. (The latest commentaries are even available in video format. See Ecclesiastes.)

If you frequent StudyLight.org or BlueLetterBible.org, you will also find Guzik’s commentaries freely available for reading online (though they may not always include the latest additions).

If you prefer to read offline, you can purchase a CD with all the commentaries in PDF and HTML formats for $20. Similarly, you can purchase some of the commentaries as printed books.

You can download electronic versions for various Bible study programs below:

  • e-Sword Commentary Module
    • You will need to sign up for a free account in order to download the module, but it’s worth it. Great site full of resources.
    • e-Sword is free Bible study software for Windows (but can also be used on Mac and Linux).
  • theWord Book Module
    • theWord is free Bible study software for Windows.
  • MySword Module
    • You will need to sign up for a free account in order to download the module, but it’s worth it. Great site full of resources.
    • MySword is free Bible study software for Android devices.
  • Mantis Commentary Module
    • This module is not free ($19.99 at the time of this writing).
    • Mantis is a free Bible study app for iOS devices. Most modules, however, are not free.
  • PC Study Bible Add-On
    • This add-on is not free ($17.50 at the time of this writing).
    • PC Study Bible is not free, but it does come in a variety of packages (libraries) for Windows computers.

To keep up with the latest commentaries and news from David Guzik and Enduring Word Media, you can subscribe to the iTunes podcast, RSS feed, and / or Twitter stream.

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