- Paul's Contrary Conduct and Principles
- Justification is by Faith, Apart from Law, and Therefore from Circumcision
- Christian Morals
- Conclusion of the Epistle
Praise for the Print Edition
A really sound, able, and original scholar, who has evidently thought much and worked long at St. Paul's Epistles. It is remarkably independant and impartial in weighing disputed passages like the above, and does so by the strict rules of philological science.
—Dr. Sanday, Professor of Exegesis, University of Oxford
Mr. Beet has achieved a work which we have long desired to see, a thoroughly scientific and scholarly commentary on one or more parts of the New Testament in which there in no unnecessary and ostentatious display of Greek . . . it is seldom indeed that we have had the pleasure of welcoming a work in which so many excellences co-exist. The introductions and dissertations are admirable.
—The Scottish Review
- Title: A Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians
- Author: Joseph Agar Beet
- Series: Joseph Agar Beet Commentary Collection
- Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
- Publication Date: 1885
- Pages: 272
About Joseph Agar Beet
Joseph Agar Beet was an English Wesleyan pastor from 1864 to 1885, and professor of systematic theology in Wesleyan College, Richmond, 1885–1905. He was also a member of the faculty of theology in the University of London in 1901–05.