Providing critical interpretation combined with practical application, C. J. Vaughan disseminates the text verse-by-verse. Seeking to provide clarification on the intrinsic meaning of the original text, Vaughan elucidates textual criticism, historical context, figurative language, and semantics.
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- Provides critical interpretation of the book of Hebrews
- Offers a verse-by-verse analysis
- Investigates textual criticism, historical context, figurative language, and semantics
Praise for the Print Edition
To the student desirous of acquiring an exact knowledge of the meaning of the words of the inspired writer, the notes cannot fail to be of the greatest service.
—The Scottish Review
- Title: The Epistle to the Hebrews with Notes
- Author: C. J. Vaughan
- Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
- Publication Date: 1890
- Pages: 340
About C. J. Vaughan
C. J. Vaughan was dean of Llandaff and fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.