Other Gospels, or, Lectures on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians
Burns and Oates 1879
William Humphrey initially delivered these lectures in the churches of the Society at Edinburgh and at Oxford. The 13 lectures are divided into four themes—The Reality of St. Paul’s Apostleship, The Oneness of St. Paul’s Gospel, St. Paul’s Relation to St. Peter, and St. Paul’s Justification by Faith—and examine the doctrine and challenges to the church presented in Paul’s epistle.
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- 13 thematic lectures on the Epistle to the Galatians
- Introductions for each chapter
Praise for the Print Edition
We have not met, in recent theological literature, a work which, in so small a compass, has treated so well the Gospel of Christ.
—The Irish Monthly
- Title: Other Gospels, or, Lectures on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians
- Author: William Humphrey
- Publisher: Burns and Oates
- Publication Date: 1879
- Pages: 143
About George John Gwynne
William Humphrey is the author of numerous books, including The Religious State, Christian Marriage, and Mary Magnifying God.