James Drummond’s The Epistle of St. Paul to the Galatians Explained and Illustrated furnishes an introduction to Pauline thought, at the same time addressing questions concerning the deeper problems of the spiritual life. This commentary is sure to be referred to time and time again.
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Written in a singularly clear and easy style, while at the same time marked by sound scholarship and a fine appreciation of the Apostle’s spirit, it is admirably adapted to the “beginners” for whom it is primarily intended, and by no means undeserving of the notice of the more advanced student.
—The Academy and Literature
Professor Drummond’s words are refreshing.
—The New World
The explanations and illustrations are clear, brief, and always to the point.
The Principal of Manchester College does well whatever he undertakes.
James Drummond (1835–1918) was the principal of Manchester New College in Oxford from 1885 to 1906. His numerous publications include Spiritual Religion, Introduction to the Study of Theology, The Character and Authorship of the Fourth Gospel, and Via, Veritas, Vita.