Split into a series of 12 lectures, John M. Lowrie exegetically examines the events recorded in the Book of Esther within historical context.
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- 12 lectures on the Book of Esther
- Examines the events recorded in the text
Praise for the Print Edition
A series of instructive and interesting lectures on a portion of the word of God, which has received less attention from common Christians that it otherwise would, owing to the absence of helps like this, for the due understanding and application of its teachings.
—The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review
- Title: Esther and Her Times
- Author: John M. Lowrie
- Publisher: Presbyterian Board of Publication
- Publication Date: 1859
- Pages: 279
About John M. Lowrie
John M. Lowrie (1817–1867) was educated at Princeton Theological Seminary before being ordained in 1843. Lowrie went on to become the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Fort Ayne, Indiana.