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Conduct a thorough study of Paul’s letters with the Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Pauline Epistles collection. These commentaries, sermons, Greek studies, and other resources are the tools you’ll need to understand the work of the great Apostle. Explore the historical occasion of his letters, questions of authorship and textual criticism, suggestions for practical application, and even Paul’s distinct use of the Greek language. This collection will expose you to the wide variety of approaches scholars take to Paul’s writing. Most importantly, this collection will equip you to understand Paul at a deeper level.

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Complete your Pauline study with Classic Studies on the Life of Paul.

Key Features

  • Includes a wide variety of classic resources on Paul’s epistles
  • Written from a variety of theological viewpoints
  • Provides complete set of tools for studying Paul

Product Details

  • Title: Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Pauline Epistles
  • Volumes: 31
  • Pages: 10,673
  • Resource Type: Commentaries
  • Topic: Pauline Epistles

Individual Titles

Introduction to the Pauline Epistles

  • Author: Patton J. Gloag
  • Publisher: T & T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1874
  • Pages: 500

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Come to a deeper understanding of the historical and literary background of Paul’s epistles with this thorough introduction. Written in response to the higher critical work of F.C. Bauer, Paton Gloag’s Introduction to the Pauline Epistles defends the authenticity of Paul’s authorship and interacts with the claims of liberal scholarship. Treating each epistle individually, this introduction is the perfect resource to begin a study of any of the Apostle’s writings.

Paton J. Gloag was minister of Blantyre. He is also the author of An Introduction to the Pauline Epistles, An Introduction to the Catholic Epistles, and An Introduction to the Johannine Writings.

Essays on Some of the Difficulties in the Writings of St. Paul

  • Author: Richard Whatley
  • Publisher: B. Fellowes
  • Publication Date: 1837
  • Pages: 432

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Gain understanding of some of the most difficult passages in Paul’s writing with this collection of essays. Arguing that many reject certain Pauline ideas based on preference, Richard Whatley explains what Paul meant—regardless of a modern readers’ bias. This volumes includes explorations of complicated concepts such as imputed righteousness, the abolition of the Mosaic Law, and election.

Richard Whately (1787–1863) was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, where he was appointed as professor of political economy. In 1831 he was appointed as the archbishop of Dublin. His numerous works include Essays on Some of the Peculiarities of the Christian Religion, On Some of the Difficulties in the Writings of St. Paul, Essays on Some of the Dangers to Christian Faith, and The Kingdom of Christ.

The Life and Letters of Paul the Apostle

  • Author: Lyman Abbott
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin and Company
  • Publication Date: 1898
  • Pages: 360

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Understand the development of Paul’s thought in this exploration of his life and letters. The author asserts that Paul’s ideas were subject to change throughout his years of ministry and seeks to reconstruct the evolution of his theology.

Lyman Abbott is the author of The Acts of the Apostles with Notes, Comments, Maps, and Illustrations, Dictionary of Religious Knowledge, An Illustrated Commentary on the Gospels: Mark and Luke, and Jesus of Nazareth.

The Pauline Epistles: Introductory and Expository Studies

  • Author: R.D. Shaw
  • Publisher: T & T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1903
  • Pages: 508

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Learn about prominent issues in biblical criticism while exploring the historical setting and primary message of each of Paul’s letters. Applying a higher critical approach, Shaw systematically digs into Paul’s epistles in the order he asserts they were written. Reconstructing the historical setting based on the cutting edge scholarship of his time, The Pauline Epistles: Introductory and Expository Studies is a good resource for understanding higher critical scholarship at the beginning of the 20th century.

R.D. Shaw was a Biblical scholar and minister from Edinburgh, Scotland. He is the author of The Pauline Epistles: Introductory and Expository Studies.

Lectures Introductory to the Study of the Epistles of Paul the Apostle

  • Author: William Kelly
  • Publisher: W.H. Broom
  • Publication Date: 1869
  • Pages: 551

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Quickly understand the message of each of Paul’s letters with this introduction. Kelly, a leader and scholar in the early Plymouth Brethren movement, moves swiftly through the contents of each book, highlighting important verses and key themes. With Kelly’s preliminary insights, you will be better equipped to undertake an in-depth study of Paul’s epistles.

William Kelly (1823–1906) was educated at Trinity College in Dublin. He was highly involved with the Plymouth Brethren, and he served as editor for The Collected Writings of John Nelson Darby. His other works include Lectures on the Book of Daniel, Lectures on the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Philippians, and Christ Tempted and Sympathizing.

Qualitative Nouns in the Pauline Epistles and Their Translating in the Revised Version

  • Author: Arthur Wakefield Slaten
  • Publisher: The University of Chicago Press
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Pages: 85

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Be equipped to understand Paul’s unique usage of the Greek language. In this technical study, Arthur Wakefield Slaten explores Paul’s use of nouns which place an emphasis on quality or essence. With a complete list of such qualitative nouns and detailed exploration of 12 examples, Slaten’s treatment will enrich your study of the Pauline epistles.

Arthur Wakefield Slaten is the author of Words of Aspiration, Religion in the Making, and Qualitative Nouns in the Pauline Epistles and Their Translating in the Revised Version.

Popular Lectures on the Epistle of Paul, the Apostle, to the Hebrews

  • Author: Joseph A. Seiss
  • Publisher: The Publication Rooms
  • Publication Date: 1846
  • Pages: 401

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Understand every chapter of Hebrews with this series of lectures written for a popular audience. Free of distracting discussions about authorship, historical criticism, and technical scholarly debates, Joseph Seiss’ exposition is clear, concise, and practical. An ideal resource for preaching or private study, this volume will take you straight to the point.

Joseph A. Seiss (1823–1904) was a Lutheran dispensational minister who later became a member of the Plymouth Brethren. He was also a prolific writer and editor. Seiss edited Prophetic Times and The Lutheran and wrote many books, including Last Times, Ecclesia Lutherana, Voices from Babylon, and Luther and the Reformation.

The Epistle of Paul to the Romans with a Commentary

  • Author: Abiel Abbot Livermore
  • Publisher: Crosby, Nichols and Company
  • Publication Date: 1854
  • Pages: 277

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Written by Unitarian minister Abiel Abbot Livermore, this commentary serves as a helpful summary of a liberal approach to Romans. It includes introductory essays on the inspiration of scripture, the historical occasion of Romans, and authorship of the epistles.

Abiel Abbot Livermore was a graduate of Harvard University. In addition to pastoring churches in New Hampshire, Ohio, and New York, he was the editor of the Christian Inquirer, and author of The Acts of the Apostles with a Commentary and The Epistle of Paul to the Romans with a Commentary.

The Epistles of Paul to the Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus, and Philemon

  • Author: Abiel Abbot Livermore
  • Publisher: Lockwood, Brooks and Company
  • Publication Date: 1881
  • Pages: 313

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Designed as a devotional aid for everyday people, this commentary by Unitarian minister Abiel Abbot Livermore focuses on a few spiritual lessons in each chapter, leaving technical discussions to more scholarly works. Each chapter underscores the central meaning of the biblical passage and includes practical application.

Abiel Abbot Livermore was a graduate of Harvard University. In addition to pastoring churches in New Hampshire, Ohio, and New York, he was the editor of the Christian Inquirer, and author of The Acts of the Apostles with a Commentary and The Epistle of Paul to the Romans with a Commentary.

The Epistles of St. Paul to the Ephesians, the Colossians, and Philemon

  • Author: J. Llewelyn Davies
  • Publisher: Revell
  • Publication Date: 1884
  • Pages: 161

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Dive deeper into Paul’s Greek with this commentary by J. Llewelyn Davies, complete with a translation and the Westcott-Hort  text of Ephesians, Colossians, and Philemon. Davies focuses on reconstructing the historical occasions of the letters—as well as some of the words contained therein. Digging for the original form of the epistles, the author marshals arguments in favor of a historical critical approach.

J. Llewelyn Davies (1826–1916) was chaplain to the Queen and rector of Christ Church in England. He is the author of The Epistles of St. Paul to the Ephesians, the Colossians, and Philemon, and The Christian Calling.

Commentary on the Epistles of Paul to the Philippians and to Philemon

  • Author: Jacobus J. Müller
  • Series: New International Commentary
  • Publisher: Eerdmans
  • Publication Date: 1955
  • Pages: 204

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Consult the original New International Commentary volume on Philippians and Philemon. This 1955 edition contains verse-by-verse commentary, careful examination of Philippians and Philemon, and introductions to each book. Müller’s outline of Paul’s teaching is useful for students, professors, pastors, and laity alike.

Jacobus J. Müller (1906–1977) was a biblical scholar and playwright. He is the author of the original volume on Philippians and Philemon in the New International Commentary series, Commentary on the Epistles of Paul to the Philippians and to Philemon.

Century Bible: Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon, Philippians

  • Author: G.C. Martin
  • Series: The Century Bible
  • Publisher: T.C. and E.C. Jack
  • Publication Date: 1906
  • Pages: 300

Gain quick access to insightful notes on the prison epistles with this installment of the Century Bible. Verse-by-verse commentary accompanies the revised version of the biblical text, allowing you to compare G.C. Martin’s insights with the words of scripture. Plus, this volume includes a lengthy introduction on the authorship and historical occasion of the letter.

G.C. Martin was a theologian and biblical scholar. He is the author of Century Bible: Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon, Philippians.

Notes, Critical and Explanatory, on the Greek Text of Paul’s Epistles

  • Author: James Robison Boise
  • Publisher: Slider Burdett and Company
  • Publication Date: 1896
  • Pages: 582

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Sharpen your understanding of the original Greek with a respected scholar’s clear and simple notes. James Robison Boise carefully worded hundreds of notes on Paul’s epistles, explaining grammatical issues so that even the novice Greek student could understand them. His explanations will spark your memory of long-forgotten concepts, enabling you to form your own opinion on the Greek text—not rely on the work of others.

James Robinson Boise (1816–1895) made his mark with an impressive academic career, teaching Latin and Greek at institutions such as Brown University, the University of Michigan, the University of Chicago, and Baptist Union Theological Seminary. His numerous books include First Lessons in Greek, Notes, Critical and Explanatory, on the Greek Text of Paul’s Epistles, and Exercises in Some of the More Difficult Principles of Greek Syntax.

The Epistles to the Colossians, Ephesians, and Hebrews

  • Author: B.H. Carroll
  • Publisher: The Macmillan Company
  • Publication Date: 1917
  • Pages: 360

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Explore Paul’s letters with the help of an esteemed Baptist scholar. Writing in a casual and disarming style, Caroll is not afraid to make pointed application to the lives of his readers—but he does so in an irresistibly winsome way. Including down-to-earth illustrations and study questions at the end of each chapter, this book is a lively read focused on personal transformation.

B.H. Carroll (1843–1914) was a Baptist pastor and author inspirational to many leaders in the Southern Baptist conservative resurgence. He is the author of The Epistles to the Colossians, Ephesians, and Hebrews.

Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians

  • Author: Justin A. Smith
  • Series: An American Commentary on the New Testament
  • Publisher: The American Baptist Publication Society
  • Publication Date: 1890
  • Pages: 116

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Understand the theological and practical implications of Ephesians with this careful, verse-by-verse commentary. Justin A. Smith makes a thorough yet concise analysis of special issues in the original Greek as well as suggestions for personal application. Smith’s reverent treatment is an accessible resource suitable for sermon prep or personal study.

Justin A. Smith (1819–1896) was a historian, biblical scholar, and Baptist minister. He was the editor of Christian Times, and a member of the board of trustees of the University of Chicago and Morgan Park Theological Seminary. He received a doctorate of divinity from Shurtleff College, and wrote several books, including Memoir of Rev. Nathaniel Colver, Studies on Modern Church History, A History of the Baptists in the Western States East of the Mississippi, and The Spirit in the Word.

Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans

  • Authors: Albert A. Arnold and Daniel B. Ford
  • Series: An American Commentary on the New Testament
  • Publisher: The American Baptist Publication Society
  • Publication Date: 1889
  • Pages: 336

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Add this well-written and thorough commentary on Romans to your Logos library. Written by two American Baptist scholars, this volume features a verse-by-verse exposition and a lengthy introduction. It underscores issues of Greek grammar without becoming overly technical—a handy resource that won’t bog down your study.

Albert A. Arnold was a biblical scholar and theologian. He is the co-author ofCommentary on the Epistle to the Romans with Daniel B. Ford.

Daniel B. Ford was a biblical scholar and professor of Hebrew. He edited and completed Albert A. Arnold’s Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans.

The Epistles to the Colossians and Thessalonians

  • Author: Joseph Parker
  • Series: The Practical Commentary on the New Testament
  • Publisher: A.C. Armstrong and Son
  • Publication Date: 1904
  • Pages: 320

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Learn from the preacher Warren Wiersbe said was second only to Charles Spurgeon. A close personal friend of Spurgeon’s, Joseph Parker possessed a similarly eloquent and impassioned style. This volume on Colossians and 1 and 2 Thessalonians is largely a transcription of Parker’s sermons on those letters. Familiarize yourself with the ministry of one of the most influential preachers in Victorian England and incorporate his keen insights into your own preaching.

Joseph Parker (1830–1902) was one of the most influential preachers in Victorian England. His numerous books were adapted from his sermons. He was a close friend of Charles Spurgeon.

The Epistles to the Colossians and to the Ephesians

  • Author: Gross Alexander
  • Publisher: The Macmillan Company
  • Publication Date: 1910
  • Pages: 156

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This concise commentary on Colossians and Ephesians will give you a firm grasp of the Christology and central message of each book. Author Gross Alexander is straightforward and practical in his presentation, providing an ideal resource for Sunday school teachers or Bible study leaders.

Gross Alexander (1852–1915) was a Methodist minister and writer. He was the editor of the Methodist Quarterly Review for 11 years and the author or translator of numerous works including The Son of Man: Studies of His Life and Teaching and The Epistles to the Colossians and to the Ephesians.

Christ the Creative Ideal: Studies in Colossians and Ephesians

  • Author: W.L. Walker
  • Publisher: T&T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1913
  • Pages: 156

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W.L. Parker’s commentary on Colossians and Ephesians is an attempt to harmonize Christianity with modern knowledge. Seeking to resolve seeming conflicts between modern science, philosophy, and ethics, this book emphasizes Christ as a unifying ideal—the means by which God will restore all of creation to wholeness. It concludes with a chapter length defense of universalism.

W.L. Walker was a biblical scholar and theologian from Glasgow, Scotland. He is the author of The Spirit and the Incarnation, The Gospel of Reconciliation, Christian Theism and a Spiritual Monism, and Christ the Creative Ideal.

An Exposition of the Epistles of Saint Paul to the Galatians and Colossians according to the Analogy of the Catholic Faith

  • Author: Morgan Dix
  • Publisher: Renee, Shea, and Lindsay
  • Publication Date: 1864
  • Pages: 148

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Explore Anglo-Catholic responses to Protestant claims with this commentary. Using the text of Galatians and Colossians, Episcopalian scholar Morgan Dix argues that the Christian’s duty is the preservation of the Sacramental grace conveyed in baptism. With in-depth doctrinal discussions and a strong emphasis on personal application, Dix’s brief commentary is an accessible presentation of Anglo-Catholic teaching.

Morgan Dix (1827-1908) was an Episcopal priest, theologian, and writer. He is the author of Calling of a Christian Woman, The Seven Deadly Sins, and An Exposition of the Epistles of Saint Paul to the Galatians and Colossians according to the Analogy of the Catholic Faith.

A Practical Exposition of the Second Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians and the Epistles to the Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians in the Form of Lectures

  • Author: John Bird Sumner
  • Publisher: J. Hatchard and Son
  • Publication Date: 1845
  • Pages: 508

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Follow Paul’s flow of thought and discover principles for personal application with this commentary by Anglican bishop John Bird Sumner. Sumner sticks close to the text of scripture, systematically working through five of Paul’s letters in this collection of lectures. Drawing out principles relevant to the Christian life, Sumner’s exposition is a helpful tool for Bible study, sermon prep, or devotional reading.

John Bird Sumner (1780–1862) was bishop of the Church of England and Archbishop of Canterbury. He was the author of numerous books, including Treatise on the Records of Creation and the Moral Attributes of the Creator and The Evidence of Christianity Derived from Its Nature and Reception.

A Practical Exposition of St. Paul’s Epistles to the Thessalonians, to Timothy, Titus, Philemon, and to the Hebrews in the form of Lectures

  • Author: John Bird Sumner
  • Publisher: J. Hatchard and Son
  • Publication Date: 1851
  • Pages: 524

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Follow Paul’s flow of thought and discover principles for personal application with this commentary by Anglican bishop John Bird Sumner. Sumner sticks close to the text of scripture, systematically working through five of Paul’s letters in this collection of lectures. Drawing out principles relevant to the Christian life, Sumner’s exposition is a helpful tool for Bible study, sermon prep, or devotional reading.

John Bird Sumner (1780–1862) was bishop of the Church of England and Archbishop of Canterbury. He was the author of numerous books, including Treatise on the Records of Creation and the Moral Attributes of the Creator and The Evidence of Christianity Derived from its Nature and Reception.

The Epistles of St. Paul to the Thessalonians, Galatians, and Romans, with Critical Notes and Dissertations, 2nd ed., vol. 1

  • Author: Benjamin Jowett
  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Publication Date: 1859
  • Pages: 544

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Benjamin Jowett ignited a storm of controversy with his essay, “On the Interpretation of Scripture” published in the 1860 book Essays and Reviews. However, many of his most startling assertions—including his insistence that the Bible is no different than any other classical text—are anticipated in this earlier work. This volume includes the original Greek text of scripture, an English translation, and Jowett’s notes.

Benjamin Jowett (1817–1893) was a renowned tutor and administrative reformer in the University of Oxford, a theologian, and translator of Plato. He was master of Balliol College, Oxford.

The Epistles of St. Paul to the Thessalonians, Galatians, and Romans, with Critical Notes and Dissertations, 2nd ed., vol. 2

  • Author: Benjamin Jowett
  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Publication Date: 1859
  • Pages: 544

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Benjamin Jowett ignited a storm of controversy with his essay, “On the Interpretation of Scripture” published in the 1860 book Essays and Reviews. However, many of his most startling assertions—including his insistence that the Bible is no different than any other classical text—are anticipated in this earlier work. This volume includes the original Greek text, an English translation, and Jowett’s notes.

Benjamin Jowett (1817 –1893) was a renowned tutor and administrative reformer in the University of Oxford, a theologian, and translator of Plato. He was Master of Balliol College, Oxford.

The Westminster New Testament: Galatians and Romans

  • Author: W. Douglas Mackenzie
  • Series: The Westminster New Testament
  • Publisher: Revell
  • Publication Date: 1912
  • Pages: 387

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Go deeper into textual-critical and historical issues surrounding Galatians and Romans. This detailed examination by scholar W. Douglas Mackenzie includes lengthy introductions and verse-by-verse commentaries on both books. Written for lay teachers, this volume is intended to present a modern-critical viewpoint without offending reverent Bible students.

W. Douglas Mackenzie (1859–1936) was a Congregational theologian. He served as professor of systematic theology at Chicago Theological Seminary at Hartford for eight years. He is the author of The Westminster New Testament: Galatians and Romans, The Christ of the Christian Faith, and The Final Faith.

A People’s Commentary: Romans and 1 and 2 Corinthians

  • Author: George W. Clark
  • Series: A People’s Commentary
  • Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
  • Publication Date: 1897
  • Pages: 440

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Benefit from the labors of Biblical scholars without spending hours in primary sources. This commentary—written especially for Sunday school teachers, pastors and other Christian workers pressed for time—faithfully summarizes the best scholarship while upholding the importance of the Spirit’s work in biblical interpretation. With concise introductions and the complete text of Romans and 1 and 2 Corinthians, A People’s Commentary: 1 and 2 Corinthians is designed to get you to the meaning of scripture, faster.

George W. Clark was the author of The Harp of Freedom, A New Harmony of the Four Gospels, The Mighty Worker: Lessons in Mark, and Notes on the Acts of the Apostles.

A Study of the Metaphor of the Olive Tree in Romans 11

  • Author: Myles M. Bourke
  • Publisher: Catholic University of America
  • Publication Date: 1947
  • Pages: 139

Understand the Catholic perspective on an important passage of scripture. This dissertation argues that the olive tree in Romans 11 refers to the mystical body of Christ—the Roman Catholic Church.

Myles M. Bourke was a twentieth century Roman Catholic theologian. He is the author of A Study of the Metaphor of the Olive Tree in Romans 11.

Clark’s Peoples Commentary: Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 and 2 Thessalonians, 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon

  • Author: George Whitefield Clark
  • Series: Clark’s Peoples Commentary
  • Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
  • Publication Date: 1903
  • Pages: 506

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Benefit from the labors of Biblical scholars without spending hours in primary sources. This commentary—written especially for Sunday school teachers, pastors, and other Christian workers pressed for time—faithfully summarizes the best scholarship while upholding the importance of the Spirit’s work in biblical interpretation. With concise introductions and the entirety of relevant biblical texts, Clark’s Peoples Commentary is designed to get you to the meaning of scripture, faster.

George W. Clark was the author of The Harp of Freedom, A New Harmony of the Four Gospels, The Mighty Worker: Lessons in Mark, and Notes on the Acts of the Apostles.

Juán de Valdés’ Commentary upon St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans

  • Author: Juán de Valdés
  • Translator: John T. Betts
  • Publisher: Trübner & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1883
  • Pages: 300

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Benefit from the insights of a sixteenth-century theologian who fought for the doctrinal purity of the Catholic Church. Juán de Valdés was an influential Spanish statesman and writer whose work placed him at odds with the infamous Spanish inquisition. His verse-by-verse exposition was intended for a popular audience interested in personal piety.

Juán de Valdés (c. 1500–1541) was a Spanish lay theologian and writer, deeply influenced by Erasmus. He most likely studied at the University of Alcalá. In the 1530s, he was forced to relocate to Italy for holding and publishing works with theological and political positions which put him in danger of the Spanish Inquisition. He wrote numerous works from Italy during the rest of his life and became central in a growing group of Roman Catholic reformers.

Juán de Valdés’ Commentary upon St. Paul’s First Epistle to the Church at Corinth

  • Author: Juán de Valdés
  • Translator: John T. Betts
  • Publisher: Trübner & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1883
  • Pages: 300

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Benefit from the insights of a sixteenth-century theologian who fought for the doctrinal purity of the Catholic Church. Juán de Valdés was an influential Spanish statesman and writer whose work placed him at odds with the infamous Spanish inquisition. His verse-by-verse exposition was intended for a popular audience interested in personal piety.

Juán de Valdés (c. 1500–1541) was a Spanish lay theologian and writer, deeply influenced by Erasmus. He most likely studied at the University of Alcalá. In the 1530s, he was forced to relocate to Italy for holding and publishing works with theological and political positions which put him in danger of the Spanish Inquisition. He wrote numerous works from Italy during the rest of his life and became central in a growing group of Roman Catholic reformers.

The Lives of the Twin Brothers, Juán and Alfonso De Valdés

  • Author: Edward Boehmer
  • Editor: John T. Betts
  • Publisher: Trübner & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1883
  • Pages: 31

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In this biography of the Valdés twins, Juán and Alfonso, Edward Boehmer captures the life of one of Italy’s preeminent reformers (Juán) and the long-time advisor of Emperor Charles V (Alfonso). These two brothers worked from both behind the scenes and on center stage inside the most powerful political institutions of the sixteenth-century. Boehmer’s work is essential reading for those studying the Valdés twin’s work and anyone who wants to understand the political nuances of the Inquisition and Reformation, especially in the context of Juán’s commentaries included in the Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Pauline Epistles collection.

Edward Boehmer (1827–1906) was a German theologian and historian. He was emeritus professor at the University of Strasburg and a corresponding member of the Spanish Academy.