Celebrated preacher J. A. Haldane moves verse by verse through Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians, providing helpful notes and explanations along the way. Included in the appendix is Haldane’s essay on Matthew 28:19–20, “The Opening of the Apostolic Commission.”
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Haldane is already advantageously known as a theological writer, and we rejoice that his life has been spared to lay at the feet of the church of Christ, the fruit of his solid and matured judgment on so valuable a portion of revelation. In a day like this, when so much that is weak and poor in divinity, issuing from the pulpit and the press, such a solid and judicious work as the present is much needed.
—Primitive Church Magazine
J. A. Haldane (1768–1851) was born in Dundee, Scotland. After receiving his education at the University of Edinburgh, Haldane served as a midshipman and made multiple voyages to India. During a prolonged port detention, Haldane began studying the Bible. He decided to give up his naval career to pursue a religious life. In 1799, Haldane was ordained pastor of a large independent church in Edinburgh, which he pastored for over 50 years. Among his numerous publications are Man’s Responsibility, The Doctrine and Duty of Self Examination, The Doctrine of Atonement, and Notes Intended for an Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews.