The introduction to this concise commentary on Galatians discusses the author, audience, occasion, structure, and dating of the epistle, together with its influence upon Christian life and doctrine. Alvah Hovey moves verse by verse through Galatians, providing commentary on and explanation of this directive letter and carefully unpacking Paul’s message.
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Alvah Hovey (1820–1903) was born in Greene, New York, and educated at Dartmouth College and Newton Theological Institution. He stayed at Newton as a librarian and professor of Hebrew, church history, theology, and Christian ethics. His numerous books include Life of St. Chrysostom, The State of the Impenitent Dead, and The Miracles of Christ as Attested by the Evangelists.