Edward Harrison Askwith’s The Epistle to the Galatians focuses on two specific aspects of the epistle: the location of the intended recipients and the date the epistle was written. In this close study of Galatians, Askwith examines the works of noted scholars William Mitchell Ramsay and Joseph Barber Lightfoot.
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A contribution of more than usual worth to the interpretation of the Epistle. It is independent and discriminating, fair and without bias, careful and cogent in its reasoning.
—Critical Review of Theological and Philosophical Literature
In a study of the questions involved, this book must be read.
E. H. Askwith was chaplain of Trinity College, Cambridge, and is the author of numerous books, including The Epistle to the Galatians, The Christian Conception of Holiness, and The Historical Value of the Fourth Gospel.