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A Commentary on the First Book of Samuel

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Macmillan Co. 1919

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Overview

Loring W. Batten’s A Commentary on the First Book of Samuel provides critical exegesis on the book of First Samuel that combines thorough exposition, semantic evaluation and pragmatics, and explanatory notes. Batten covers the scope and composition of the text within historical context.

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Key Features

  • Includes an informative and extensive introduction
  • Contains ample notation
  • Provides a commentary well suited for students and laity

Praise for the Print Edition

This is a worthy addition to the Bible for Home and School. The notes are always to the point . . . and the composite character of the book is clearly brought out both in the commentary proper and in the brief but well-written Introduction.

The Homiletic Review

Product Details

  • Title: A Commentary on the First Book of Samuel
  • Author: Loring W. Batten
  • Publisher: Macmillan Company
  • Publication Date: 1919
  • Pages: 236

About Loring W. Batten

Loring W. Batten (1859–1946) was professor of the literature and interpretation of the Old Testament, at General Theological Seminary in New York, and a former chairman of the Society for Biblical Scholarship (1928).

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