This 11-volume collection contains the works of the Rev. John Lightfoot, a prominent 17th century clergyman and scholar. Well-known for his work on the date of creation and for his commentaries on various books of the New Testament, Lightfoot’s writings include sermons, letters, expositions, essays, and a discourse on the significance of the temple in Jerusalem. The Whole Works of the Rev. John Lightfoot (11 vols.) is an invaluable theological resource, in addition to being a historically significant collection. Lightfoot’s commentaries on the New Testament are based on the Hebrew and Talmudic writings, providing a scholarly and contextual basis for exposition. He examines writing forms and styles, literary devices, and dialect to mine the text for meaning and interpretation.
The Whole Works of the Rev. John Lightfoot (11 vols.) is perfect for anyone wanting a historical commentary on the New Testament, as well as those who are interested in theology from the 17th century. Lightfoot is also the author of A Commentary on the New Testament from the Talmud and Hebraica (4 vols.). Lightfoot provides solid exposition on these Scripture passages, and with the Logos edition, these resources are easily searchable. With over 5,000 pages, this is a valuable advantage in studying the works of this theologian. All cross-references are linked to the other resources in your library, making study convenient.