A Short Exposition of the Epistle to the Galatians
Each chapter in George B. Stevens’s in-depth commentary on Galatians includes an introductory analysis and paraphrase, and each is titled according to chapter theme. With clear prose and lucid explanations of the Scriptures, Stevens’ commentary has stood the test of time.
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- Outline plan for study of the Epistle to the Galatians
- In-depth explanations of and copious references to the original text
Praise for the Print Edition
Each chapter is in the first place analyzed and paraphrased, and then commented upon verse by verse, with constant reference to the original Greek, and with sufficient introduction of Greek words to serve as a help to those who only have a moderate acquaintance with the language. The paraphrases are excellent, and are in themselves valuable commentaries upon the separate chapters.
- Title: A Short Exposition of the Epistle to the Galatians
- Author: George B. Stevens
- Publisher: Student Publishing Co.
- Publication Date: 1890
- Pages: 240
About George B. Stevens
George B. Stevens was a professor of New Testament criticism and interpretation at Yale University. He has authored numerous books, including The Christian Doctrine of Salvation, The Teaching of Jesus, and The Messages of the Apostles.