Describing the character of Paul in the preface to The Epistle of St. Paul to Galatians, John Godwin writes: “We see him to be argumentative and affectionate, bold and gentle, philosophical and practical; combining steady singleness of purpose with astonishing versatility of address, intense earnestness and perfect moderation, supreme devotedness to Jesus Christ, and the purest philanthropy.” Godwin provides notes on the Epistle to the Galatians, clearly examining Paul’s thoughts and intentions.
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- Preface by the author
- Critical notes and doctrinal lessons
- Introduction on the Epistle to Galatians
Praise for the Print Edition
Conscientious labor and long pondering are very evident throughout the entire work. The notes and the apothegmatic statements of doctrinal truth are charged with significance, and are models of lucid condensation.
—British Quarterly Review
Professor Godwin is doing good service to the Church by these translations with notes, of different books of the New Testament. On the whole we think this little volume on the Galatians is the best which has come from his pen.
—Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle
- Title: The Epistle of St. Paul to Galatians
- Author: John H. Godwin
- Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
- Publication Date: 1871
- Pages: 79
About John H. Godwin
John H. Godwin was a professor of mental and moral philosophy, logic, and rhetoric at New College in London.