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Download Westcott, Frederick - St. Paul and Justification (An Exposition of the teaching in the epistles to Rome and Galatia)

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FREDERICK BROOKE WESTCOTT

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

ST PAUL AND JUSTIFICATION

being

AN EXPOSITION OF THE TEACHING

in

THE EPISTLES TO ROME AND GALATIA

by

FREDERICK BROOKE WESTCOTT

of Trinity College, Cambridge

MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED

ST MARTIN’S STREET, LONDON

1913

Copyright

PATRI

DOCTISSIMO DILECTISSIMO

FILIUS NATU MAXIMUS


PREFATORY NOTE

THIS little work is put forth with very great hesitation and serious searching of heart. Circumstances required it should be printed; and since it has been printed, it may as well venture forth and see if it can find here and there an indulgent reader. None knows better than the writer how infinitely imperfect is his equipment for the task. On the other hand years of teaching, full of interest for himself, have shown him that even the young are not without a desire to have St Paul expounded, however imperfectly. Only the task must be approached without any prejudice. The Apostle must speak for himself and must not be made a mere channel for views already fixed in the mind of the commentator. Absolute honesty of interpretation must be reckoned the prime requisite.

Of erudition in these pages very little will be found. The reading of endless commentaries (not to mention tracts innumerable) has for him that writes these words exiguous attraction. His great debt to three names will be all too obvious. Bishop Lightfoot among the departed, among the living Drs Sanday and Headlam have been ever present guides. The former is cited by name. The latter are denominated ‘S.,’ for convenience of brevity. Their commentary is indeed a model of two great virtues, lucidity and courage. For the rest, wherever departure is made from either of these two great editions, it is made with an adequate sense of the temerity involved.

May the little book be found of use by some one!

F. B. W.



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