Simon Peter, an ordinary fisherman who became one of the most influential apostles of Jesus, left behind a legacy that inspires us to learn from and to apply to our lives. This 20 volume collection represents some of the most significant and insightful studies on Simon Peter from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by notable authors such as F.B. Meyer, J.R. MacDuff, and William M. Taylor. They explore the life of Peter, discuss his martyrdom, and debate his role in Rome. This collection is essential for students, scholars, pastors, historians, teachers, or anyone interested in studying the character of Simon Peter.
Check out Classic Theological Studies on the New Testament (20 vols.) for more classic commentaries and studies.
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