Published following the death of James A. Haldane, Notes Intended for an Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews engages the reader with verse-by-verse explication of the text. Attempting to illuminate and expound esoteric doctrines found in the text, Haldane provides thorough explanation of the epistle coupled with practical application.
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- Focuses on the explication of the book of Hebrews
- Offers an exposition on the authorship, composition, practical application, and scope of the text
- Covers chapters six through 10 of Hebrews in extensive detail
Praise for the Print Edition
We have here the work of a devout man, well known in Scotland through the last generation. The book, we repeat with pleasure, has much in it that will commend it to the Christian reader; and we doubt not that many will profit by its perusal.
—The Church of England Magazine
- Title: Notes Intended for an Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews
- Author: James A. Haldane
- Publisher: James Nisbet and Co.
- Publication Date: 1860
- Pages: 409
About James A. Haldane
James A. Haldane (1768–1851) was born in Dundee, Scotland. After receiving his education at the University of Edinburgh, Haldane served as a midshipman and made multiple voyages to India. During a prolonged port detention, Haldane began studying the Bible. He decided to give up his naval career to pursue a religious life. In 1799 he was ordained the pastor of a large independent church in Edinburgh, which he pastored for over 50 years. Among his numerous publications are Man’s Responsibility, The Doctrine and Duty of Self Examination, and The Doctrine of Atonement.