The Crucified and Quickened Christian, or, A Discourse on Galatians 2:19–20
by William Dell
William Dell’s essay focuses on Galatians 2:19–20 and the public admonishment Paul gives Peter. Dell’s exploration of these particular verses shines light on the epistle, and contributes to Pauline studies as a whole.
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- Note to the reader by the author
- Brief exposition on Galatians
Praise for the Print Edition
Reader, come, take a sip of this soul refreshing stream, this precious discourse.
—The Gospel Magazine
- Title: The Crucified and Quickened Christian, or, A Discourse on Galatians 2:19–20
- Author: William Dell
- Publisher: Thomas William Stuckey
- Publication Date: 1868
- Pages: 48
About William Dell
William Dell was an English clergyman and the master of Gonville and Caius College in Cambridge from 1649 to 1660. Dell published numerous works, including The Doctrine of Baptisms, The Trial of Spirits, and The Stumbling Stone.