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Notes on Galatians

J Gresham Machen

Notes on Galatians

J Gresham Machen

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The chief feature of this volume is that it makes available in convenient form the "Notes on Biblical Exposition" which Dr. J. Gresham Machen published in the earlier 'Christianity Today' from January 1931 to February 1933. Students at Westminster Seminary have made profitable use of these Notes on Galatians 1:1 - 3:14 by following them, with minor inconvenience, through bound periodical volumes; but for many others who might greatly benefit from them, they have long been inaccessible.

Here you will find a master exegete opening up important and essential material to help understand the import of the great Apostle on this vital portion of Scripture. 248 pages, from Solid Ground.
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The chief feature of this volume is that it makes available in convenient form the "Notes on Biblical Exposition" which Dr. J. Gresham Machen published in the earlier 'Christianity Today' from January 1931 to February 1933. Students at Westminster Seminary have made profitable use of these Notes on Galatians 1:1 - 3:14 by following them, with minor inconvenience, through bound periodical volumes; but for many others who might greatly benefit from them, they have long been inaccessible.

Here you will find a master exegete opening up important and essential material to help understand the import of the great Apostle on this vital portion of Scripture. 248 pages, from Solid Ground.
- Publisher.
- Koorong

The chief feature of this volume is that it makes available in convenient form the "Notes on Biblical Exposition" which Dr. J. Gresham Machen published in the earlier 'Christianity Today' from January 1931 to February 1933. Students at Westminster Seminary have made profitable use of these Notes on Galatians 1:1 - 3:14 by following them, with minor inconveience, through bound periodical volumes; but for many others who might greatly benefit from them, they have long been inaccessible. Here you will find a master exegete opening up important and essential meterial to help undertsand the import of the great Apoostle on this vital portion of Scripture. "Machen wrote on Galatians to inform his students and to help Sunday School teachers. It is written with delightful clarity and incidentally introduces us to what Machen did very well, teach the New Testament to students at Princeton and Westminster Seminaries. It is wonderfully lucid; a pleasure to read; a model for anyone who preaches th
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Meet the Author

J Gresham Machen

J. Gresham Machen (1881-1937)) was a professor at Princeton Theological Seminary for twenty-three years before founding Westminster Theological Seminary in 1929. After graduating from Johns Hopkins University in 1901, Machen enrolled in Princeton Theological Seminary, where he earned both a master's in philosophy and a bachelor's in divinity. He is the author of Christianity and Liberalism and The Origin of Paul's Religion.
Koorong -Editorial Review.

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