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In Twenty Handsome 8vo Volumes, Subscription Price £5, 5a.,
Commentary on the New Testament.
'Meyer has been long and well known to scholars as one of the very ablest of the German expositors of the New Testament. We are not sure whether we ought not to say that he is unrivalled as an Interpreter of the grammatical and historical meaning of the sacred writers. The Publishers have now rendered another seasonable and important service to English students in producing this translation.'—Guardian.
A Selection may now be made of any EIGHT VOLUMES at the Subscription Price of TWO GUINEAS. Each Volume will be sold separately at IN. 6d. to Non-Subscribers.
CRITICAL AND EXEGETICAL
COMMENTARY ON THE NEW TESTAMENT.
By Dr. H. A W. MEYER, Oberconsistorialrath, Hannover. The portion contributed by Dr. Meyer has been placed under the editorial care of Rev. Dr. Dickson, Professor of Divinity in the University of Glasgow; Rev. Dr. Crohbie, Professor of Biblical Criticism, St. Mary's College, St. Andrews; and Rev. Dr. Stewart, Professor of Biblical Criticism, University of Glasgow.
1st Year—Romans, Two Volumes.
Philippians and Colossians, One Volume.
St. Matthew's Gospel, Two Volumes.
Ephesians and Philemon, One Volume. Thessalonians. (Dr. Lunemann.) 6th Year—Timothy and Titus. (Dr. Huther.) Peter and Jude. (Dr. Huther.) Hebrews. (Dr. Lunemann.) - James and John. (Dr. Huther.) The series, as written by Meyer himself, is completed by the publication of Ephesians with Philemon in one volume. But to this the Publishers have thought it right to add Thessalonians and Hebrews, by Dr. Lunemann, and the Pastoral and Catholic Epistles, by Dr. Huther. So fear, however, of the Subscribers have expressed a desire to have Dr. Diisterdieck's Commentary on Revelation included, that it has been resolved in the meantime not to undertake it. ^^^
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A COLLECTION OF ALL THE WORKS OF THE FATHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH PRIOR TO THE COUNCIL OF NICEA.
EDITED BY THE
REV. ALEXANDER ROBERTS, D.D., AND JAMES DONALDSON, LL.D.
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The Works are arranged as follow:—
APOSTOLIC FATHERS, comprising
JUSTIN MARTYR; ATHENAGORAS.
TATIAN; THEOPHILUS; THE CLE-
CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA, Volume First, comprising Exhortation to Heathen; The Instructor; and a portion of the Miscellanies.
SECOND YEAR. HIPPOLYTUS, Volume First; Refutation
of all Heresies, and Fragments from
and some of the Treatises.
IREN.ffiUS (completion); HIPPOLYTUS
(completion); Fragments of Third
Century. In One Volume. ORIGEN: De Principiis; Letters; and
portion of Treatise against Celsus.
CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA,Volume
TERTULLIAN, Volume First; To the
CYPRIAN, Volume Second (completion);
METHODIUS; ALEXANDER OF LY-
TERTCLLIAN, Volume Second.
APOCRYPHAL G0SPEL8, ACTS, AND Revelations; comprising all the very curious Apocryphal Writings of the first three Centuries.
TERTULLIAN, Volume Third (completion).
CLEMENTINE HOMILIES; APOSTOlical Constitutions. In One Volume.
DI0NY8IUS; GREGORY THAUMAturgus; Syrian Fragments. In One Volume.
LACTANTIUS; together with The Testa-
ORIGEN, Volume Second (completion).
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