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The Epistle of Paul to the Churches of Galatia

Format: Digital
, 1881


Before providing a thorough verse-by-verse commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians, James Macgregor discusses, in a clear introduction, the epistle’s the date, audience, authorship, and other attributes. He includes helpful sections of focused study on such topics as “Pauline Justification,” “Paul and James,” and “The ‘Righteousness’ in this Epistle.”

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Key Features

  • Introduction and notes on the Epistle to the Galatians
  • Outline of contents

Praise for the Print Edition

The brief commentary is exceedingly good. The leading points are seized and expounded with great felicity.

Aberdeen Free Press

We cannot speak too strongly in commendation of Dr. Macgregor’s effort. The book is strong (brevity is one of the features and beauties of the scheme), but it contains much in little. Sound, fresh, vigorous, readable, and learned, it opens up the Epistle in a way which makes its meaning plain to the commonest capacity.

Free Church Record

We commend the work to Bible-class teachers, and can assure them that they will find in this Handbook material which, while likely to raise the tone of their own spirituality, will at the same time provide them with matter eminently calculated to enlighten their classes.

Scottish Congregational Magazine

Product Details

  • Title: The Epistle of Paul to the Churches of Galatia
  • Author: James Macgregor
  • Publisher: T & T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1881
  • Pages: 127

About James Macgregor

James Macgregor was a professor of systematic theology at New College in Edinburgh. Macgregor authored numerous books, including The Apology of the Christian Religion, Nature of the Divine Inspiration of Scripture, and Exodus.