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In this collection, theologians and Bible scholars of the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries examine the meaning of the epistles to the Thessalonians, two of Paul’s earliest letters. In nearly two thousand pages of valuable insights, notable thinkers such as John Jewel, William Lincoln, and Robert Mackintosh unpack the message of these crucial New Testament books and their application to the Christian life.
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In An Exposition upon the Two Epistles of the Apostle St. Paul to the Thessalonians, noted Church of England apologist John Jewel expounds upon these texts for the use and benefit of the Church.
John Jewel (1522–1571) was a bishop who sought to ground the Church of England in its traditional beliefs after the divisions caused by Henry VIII, Edward VI, and Mary I. In his sermons, he challenged the Catholic Church to defend its beliefs out of Scripture or the words of the Church Fathers. The ensuing debates led him to publish Apology of the Church of England, which presented a precise explanation of the stance of the Church of England against Catholicism and established him as the literary apologist of his time.
In An Introduction to the Thessalonian Epistles, E. H. Askwith argues for Pauline authorship of both epistles, examines the authenticity of each, and interprets the eschatological section of 2 Thessalonians 2.
E. H. Askwith was chaplain of Trinity College, Cambridge, and is the author of numerous books, including The Epistle to the Galatians, The Christian Conception of Holiness, and The Historical Value of the Fourth Gospel.
William Lincoln offers his Lectures on the Epistles to the Thessalonians, dedicated to the “grand and intensely practical theme” of the coming of the Lord, mentioned in every chapter of these epistles. He draws the readers’ attention to the Messiah coming for his saints and appearing with his saints, as well as to his final judgment.
William Lincoln was a nineteenth-century theologian. Lincoln is the author of several titles including The Epistle to the Philippians, Lectures on the Book of Revelation, Josephus and Jesus, and Notes of Lectures on the Epistle to the Hebrews.
The New–Century Bible: Thessalonians and Galatians
In The New–Century Bible: Thessalonians and Galatians, W. F. Adeney offers an introduction to Thessalonians and Galatians, based on the text of the Authorized Version and the Revised Version with annotations. This volume also includes a map of Asia Minor and Greece, showing the journeys of St. Paul.
W. F. Adeney was principal at Lancashire Independent College, Manchester, and canon and professor of New Testament exegesis, New College, London. He is the author of How to Read the Bible.
The Westminster New Testament: Thessalonians and Corinthians
Author: Robert Mackintosh
Publisher: Fleming H. Revell
Publication Date: 1909
In The Westminster New Testament: Thessalonians and Corinthians, Robert Mackintosh expounds upon the epistles of Thessalonians—credited by many as the first of the works of Paul—and Corinthians.
Robert Mackintosh was a professor of apologetics at Lancashire Independent College, Manchester. His numerous works include Christianity and Sin, Hegel and Hegelianism, Essays towards a New Theology, and A First Primer of Apologetics.
Entire Sanctification: A Sermon on 1 Thessalonians 5:16–23
This volume contains a sermon on 1 Thessalonians 5:16–23 by popular preacher Samuel Hick of Yorkshire. In a humble style, he exhorts his listeners to rejoice evermore, pray without ceasing, and follow the other precepts laid out in this passage of Thessalonians. Hick declares that, “It is religion that makes good husbands, good wives, good children. . . . It is the best thing that a man can have in this world, and it is what will fit him for heaven.” This volume includes two hymns composed by Hick.
Samuel Hick (1758–1829) was a minister in Micklefield, Yorkshire, who preached throughout England. Hick was illiterate when he began his ministry, but his call to preach was strong and he eventually became a clergyman. His life was chronicled by James Everett in The Village Blacksmith.
Erklärung des zweiten Briefes an die Thessalonicher, der drei Pastoralbriefe und des Briefs an Philemon
This German-language volume contains an explanation of the second letter to the Thessalonians, as well as three pastoral epistles and the epistle to Philemon.
August Bisping (1811–1884) was a German theologian and ordinary professor of exegesis at Münster.
Die Echtheit des zweiten Thessalonicherbriefs
Author: William Wrede
Publisher: J. C. Hinrichs
Publication Date: 1903
In this German-language volume, William Wrede examines the authenticity of 2 Thessalonians.
William Wrede (1859–1906) was a German theologian and pastor. Due to the influence of his secondary-school classics teacher, an ardent defender of Ritschlianism, Wrede went to Leipzig to study theology. It was here that he became a proponent of the history of religions school. From 1886 to 1889, Wrede was a pastor in Langenholzen-Hörsum before becoming a professor at Breslau in 1893, where he continued until his death in 1906. He is the author of Paul.
In this volume, noted German textual critic and theologian Ernst von Dobschüetz examines the text of Thessalonians.
Ernst von Dobschüetz (1870–1934) was a German theologian, textual critic, and professor. From 1910 until his death in 1934, he taught at several universities in Germany, the US and Switzerland, including the University of Breslau, University of Halle, and Harvard University. He was a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, and his English-translated works include The Apostolic Age and Christian Life in the Primitive Church.
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