Cyril Emmet’s short commentary on Galatians is aimed at readers who have no prior knowledge of Greek and those that haven’t had much theological training. His valuable comments on this Pauline epistle will benefit any reader. Emmet provides an insightful introduction to the life of Paul before delving into an in-depth commentary and analysis of the text.
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- Analysis of the Epistle to the Galatians
- Map showing the journeys of St. Paul
Praise for the Print Edition
A commentary of independence and ripe scholarship. . . . the argument in favor of an early date for the Epistle, a date preceding the Apostolic Council of Acts xv, is given in fullness and with astonishing force of conviction. For that great argument alone the book is worth buying.
- Title: St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians
- Author: Cyril W. Emmet
- Publisher: Robert Scott
- Publication Date: 1916
- Pages: 68
About Cyril W. Emmet
Cyril W. Emmet (1820–1903) was the vicar of West Hendred, located in South Oxfordshire. He published numerous books, including The Eschatological Question in the Gospels, Conscience, Creeds and Critics: A Plea for Liberty of Criticism within the Church of England, and The Third Book of Maccabees.