Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges: 1 Corinthians
Cambridge University Press 1905–2012
“At the time of the Apostle’s visit, Corinth was the most considerable city in Greece,” begins Lias in the introduction to this volume on 1 Corinthians. Before providing almost 200 pages of commentary on the Greek text, Lias provides an insightful introduction to 1 Corinthians, covering the date, place of writing, character, and genuineness of the Epistle. Lias also includes a chapter on the doctrine of the Resurrection.
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- Contains a general and Greek index
- Includes a detailed introduction by the author
- Provides intelligent exploration that delves into the nature of 1 Corinthians
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We could not point out better handbooks for the student of the Greek.
One of the most popular and useful literary enterprises of the nineteenth century.
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- Title: Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges: 1 Corinthians
- Author: J. J. Lias
- Series: Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 1905
- Pages: 204
About J. J. Lias
J. J. Lias (1834–1923) was Chancellor of Llandaff Cathedral, a Hulsean Lecturer in Divinity, and Lady Margaret Preacher at the University of Cambridge.