Expounding the book of Esther through historical and semantic deduction, George Lawson moves through the text verse-by-verse to provide clarification of the book. Organized as a series of 16 discourses, this commentary thoroughly examines the text and provides practical application of key principles.
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- 16 discourses on the Book of Esther
- Provides practical application of key principles
- Title: Discourses on the Whole Book of Esther
- Author: George Lawson
- Publisher: Oliphant & Balfour
- Publication Date: 1809
- Pages: 391
About George Lawson
George Lawson (1749–1820) was educated at the University of Edinburgh before becoming the minister of the Associate Congregation in Selkirk, Scotland.