Moses Stuart’s A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews provides exposition of the text with regard for semantic interpretation, historical context, and formulation of doctrine. Stuart’s primary aim is to clarify exegetical difficulties that arise in the interpretation of this instructive book of Scripture. He also addresses the issue of Pauline authorship—a debate which became quite heated at the time of his writing, and continues to this day. Volume 1 focuses on explication of the text, authorship, canonical authority, and doctrinal arguments. Volume 2 walks verse-by-verse through the text while providing extensive clarification on key points.
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- Provides exposition of the text with regard for semantic interpretation
- Examines historical context and formulation of doctrine within the book of Hebrews
- Focuses on authorship, canonical authority, and doctrinal arguments
Praise for the Print Edition
The volume before us is an elaborate and luminous critical introduction to the epistle of Hebrews . . . we hope, indeed, a wise and salutary influence.
—The North American Review
- A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews, vol. 1 by Moses Stuart
- A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews, vol. 2 by Moses Stuart
About Moses Stuart
Moses Stuart (1780–1852) was an American Bible scholar, born in Connecticut. He was also a pastor and professor at Andover Theological Seminary. Called the “father of exegetical studies,” Stuart also trained over 100 missionaries. In addition to this commentary, Stuart also wrote Conscience and the Constitution, Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, and Winer’s Greek Grammar of the New Testament.
- Title: A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 678