1&2 Corinthians

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Weight 0.77 kg
Dimensions 19.6 × 13.3 × 4.6 cm
binding

Cloth-bound

format

Book

page-count

716

series

Geneva Series of Commentaries

isbn

9780851511856

scripture

1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians

Original Pub Date

1857

Banner Pub Date

Oct 1, 1974

Book Description

Hodge’s work on 1 and 2 Corinthians forms one of the most significant parts of the plan for a series of ‘popular commentaries’ on the New Testament which he projected with J. A. Alexander in the 1850s. When the early death of Alexander prevented the completion of the series, the individual volumes were quickly prized in their own right and went through many editions on both sides of the Atlantic.

The qualities which have given Hodge’s commentaries such a wide and enduring market are readily to be seen. In the first place they are singularly clear. The technicalities of critical opinion, which soon cause a volume to become dated, are not to be found in his pages. His aim was to produce commentaries which learned and unlearned alike could consult with profit. Believing that he was dealing with the words of the Holy Spirit he endeavoured to set out both what those words contain and the effects which their truth should have upon the conscience and life.

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  1. Rowland Parks

    Excellent commentary. Charles Hodges had a knack for explaining biblical doctrine in a very understandable manner. I think anyone would benefit from this volume. I recommend it.

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