The Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament, also known as “Meyer’s Commentary,” is considered one of the nineteenth century’s best English-language New Testament commentaries.
Joh. Ed. Huther’s Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Epistles of St. Paul to Timothy and Titus includes a detailed introduction and a preface by Huther where he recounts his close personal and working relationship with H. A. W. Meyer.
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- Detailed introduction to the Pastoral Epistles
- Preface by the author
Praise for the Print Edition
In the preface to the first of these two volumes, Dr. Huther pays a tribute of admiration to the great learning, conscientiousness, and reverence of Dr. Meyer. The introduction is very ample, extending to more than seventy pages. It amply discusses all questions pertaining to the authorship, character, and contents of the Pastoral Epistles. Dr. Huther is a cautious and well-balanced commentator, and the two volumes are worthy of the series in which they find a place.
—The British Quarterly Review
- Title: Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Epistles of St. Paul to Timothy and Titus
- Author: Joh. Ed. Huther
- Translator: David Hunter
- Publisher: T & T Clark
- Publication Date: 1881
- Pages: 379
About Joh. Ed. Huther
Joh. Ed. Huther was a pastor at Wittenförden Bei Schwerin.