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In the series A Devotional Commentary on the Gospel Narrative, noted Tractarian Isaac Williams shares his thoughts on the Gospels of the four evangelists—Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John—across eight volumes. Williams was a member of the controversial Oxford Movement, which placed the Anglican Church as one of three branches of the Catholic Church. (Other members included John Henry Newman and E.B. Pusey.) His perspective on the Gospels offers a glimpse into this intriguing corner of Christian history and thought.
Williams begins his Gospel narrative study series with a general overview of the Gospels, showing how Christ appears within them. The companion volume, A Harmony of the Four Evangelists, provides further insights in the relationships of the Gospels, serving as a helpful reference for the other volumes. In the rest of the series, Williams details each phase of Jesus’ life, from his birth to his ascension into Heaven as they are discussed in each Gospel.
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- A comprehensive presentation of all four Gospels
- Studies of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection as they appear across the Gospels
- Insight into the perspective of the Oxford Movement in the nineteenth century
- A Harmony companion text to the Gospel narratives
- Thoughts on the Study of the Holy Gospels
- A Harmony of the Four Evangelists
- Our Lord’s Nativity
- Our Lord’s Ministry: The Second Year
- Title: A Devotional Commentary on the Gospel Narrative
- Author: Isaac Williams
- Series: A Devotional Commentary on the Gospel Narrative
- Publisher: Rivingtons
- Volumes: 8
- Pages: 4,194
About Isaac Williams
Isaac Williams (1802–1865) was an English vicar and prolific writer. He was a prominent member of the Oxford Movement. Also known as “Tractarians,” these High-Church Anglicans saw the Anglican Church as a branch of the Catholic Church. Williams attended Trinity College, Oxford, where he was a disciple of John Keble. He was ordained in 1829 and became curate in Gloucestershire before returning to Oxford to assist John Henry Newman. He was a fellow and tutor at Oxford. He wrote poetry and prose, including the influential tract On Reserve in Communicating Religious Knowledge.