James W. Alexander
James W. Alexander (1804-1859) was the eldest son of Archibald Alexander of Princeton Seminary. Considered one of the foremost preachers of his day, J.W. Alexander devoted his early labours to writing books for young people. This volume is perhaps his very best, as he seeks to present Bible Study in a manner that is utterly unique. Instead of composing a volume on the Bible like most writers have done he wrote a story about two young boys who visited their godly uncle Austin who was nicknamed "the Bible man." This is a brilliantly written introduction to the English Bible that would be useful for anyone of any age who desires to get the most out of his Bible.