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Mr. Belsham is one of the reputed editors of the “Improved 84. Apostolical Preaching considered in an examination of Version” of the New Testament, noticed in p 129. supra. This St. Paul's Epistles. By John Bird SUMNER, M.A. (now D.D. exposition of St. Paul's Epistles (which is noticed here only that and Bishop of Chester.] London, 1815, 8vo. and numerous the author may not be charged with designedly omitting it) is executed on the same principles. Able critiques on it may be seen in
subsequent editions. the Eclectic Review for May and June, 1823, in the fourth volume 85. The Life of Paul the Apostle, with Critical and Practical of the New Edinburgh Review, in the thirteenth volume of the Remarks on his Discourses and Writings. By Stephen AddingQuarterly Review (in reply to which Mr. Belsham published " A ton, D.D. London, 1784, 8vo. Vindication,” in 1825), and, lastly, in the twenty-second volume of the British Review. Some very acute and learned observations,
86. General Observations on the Writings of St. Paul. By exposing Mr. Belsham's erroneous interpretations, will be found in John Her, D.D. Buckingham, 1811, 8vo. the Christian Remembrancer for the year 1827.
This volume was not printed for sale : it contains many pleasing 77. Gottlob Christiani STORR, Interpretatio Epistolarum remarks on the style and writings of the Apostle Paul. Pauli ad Philippenses, ad Colossenses, et ad Philemonem, ac etiam in Epistolam Jacobi. 8vo.
ROMANS. These valuable philological commentaries on the above-mentioned 87. Jo. Jac. RAMBACHII Introductio Historico-Theologica in Epistles are inserted in the first and second volumes of Dr. Storrs Epistolam Pauli ad Romanos. Adjecta est Martini Lutheri aurea nentia, 8vo. Tubingen, 1796, 1797. Vol. ii. of the same collection also præfatio, variis observationibus exegeticis atque apologeticis illuscontains some valuable historical notices, which materially contri trata. Halæ, 1727, 8vo. bute to elucidate Saint Paul's Epistles to the Corinthians. We are Though not a commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, this further indebted to the same learned author for a similar philologi- introduction may very advantageously be substituted for one. Procal commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians, in vol. ii. of Vei- fessor Tholuck has justly characterized it as being " written with thusen's and Kuinöel's collection of Commentationes Theologice. a thorough knowledge of the subject.” (Introd. to his Exposition 78. Versio Latina Epistolarum Novi Testamenti, perpetua a single point is omitted that can throw any light on the author,
of the Epistle to the Romans, vol. i. p. 34. Edinburgh, 1833.) Not Annotatione illustrata a Godofr. Sigism. Iaspis. Lipsiæ, vol. i. time and place of writing, the external and internal state of the 1793; vol. ii. 1797, 8vo.
Christian church at Rome, the scope and style and the canonical A new edition of this work, very materially enlarged and cor deserves the epithet of golden: it illustrates the peculiar phraseo
authority of this admirable epistle. The preface of Luther truly rected, was published at Leipsic, in 1821.
logy of the apostle, and his arguments of the chapters are singular78*. Commentarius Perpetuus in decem Apostoli Pauli quas ly perspicuous. In our analysis, &c. of Saint Paul's Epistle to the vulgo dicunt Epistolas Minores. Edidit Joannes Fridericus Romans, we have been largely indebted to Rambach's publication. WEINGART. Gothæ, 1816, 8vo.
87*. Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans. By John A useful and unpretending little volume, expressly designed for Calvin. To which is prefixed his Life by Theodore Beza. those who may not have the means of procuring larger and more Translated by Francis Sibson, A.B. London, 1834, small 8vo. expensive commentaries. The author professes to have selected his materials from the best commentators, both ancient and modern,
88. A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistle to the Romans, with whose annotations he has interwoven his own remarks. He to which is prefixed a Key to the Apostolic Writings, or an acknowledges his obligations to the previous labours of Koppe and Essay to explain the Gospel Scheme and the principal Words Rosenmüller: and references are introduced to those authors who and Phrases the Apostles have used in describing it. By J. Tarhave particularly illustrated texts of more than ordinary difficulty. LOR, D.D. Second and best edition, 1747, 4to.
79. Annotations on the Epįstles, being a continuation of Mr. The first edition of this celebrated and learned work appeared in Elsley's Annotations on the Gospels and Acts, and principally 1745: two others were printed in the years 1754 and 1769. Archdesigned for the use of Candidates for Holy Orders. By the bishop Magee pronounces the system developed in this key to Rev. James Slade, M.A. London, 1816, 2 vols. 8vo.
be "nothing more than an artificial accommodation of Scripture 80. A Paraphrastic Translation of the Apostolic Epistles, with Taylor's scheme (which was Arian) is examined by Archbp. Ma
phrases to notions utterly repugnant to Christian doctrine."" Dr. Notes. By Philip Nicholas SHUTTLEWORTH, D.D. Oxford and gee in the first volume of his Discourses on the Atonement, pp. London, 1829, 8vo.
181–188. 199–201. 322—333. Dr. Taylor's work contains, how. This admirably executed work is offered by its learned author the Romans, of which we have availed ourselves in the course of
ever, several valuable philological illustrations of the Epistle to expressly for the use of inexperienced biblical students and of ge; this Introduction. neral readers. He states his design to be to "give breadth and prominence to those minute but necessary links of reasoning, which 89. Clavis Apostolica : or a Key to the Apostolic Writings, are often so cursorily glanced at by the writers as to escape the being an Attempt to explain the Scheme of the Gospel, and the argument through its finest details ; to fill up those lacunæ of in principal Words and Phrases used by the Apostles in describing ference, the implied purport of which, though necessarily suggested it. By the Rev. Joseph Menduam, A.M. London, 1821, 12mo. by the context to the experienced dialectician, does not always This small volume is a republication of a series of papers which present itself to others less exercised in this species of elliptical originally appeared in the sixth volume of the Christian Observer, composition ; and to supply that fluency of context, by which even in opposition to the principles of Dr. Taylor's Key to the Epistle to the languid and desultory reader, when indisposed to the labour of the Romans, and which the late Archbp. Magee justly pronounced intense thought, may be enabled to take a comprehensive view of to be “a series of valuable letters.” (On the Atonement, vol. ii. the whole chain of the argument and of the object of the writer." p. 344.) " Mr. Mendham's work is well entitled to our approbation, Pref. pp. xvii. xviii. The divisions of chapter and verse are very not less for the temperate and judicious manner in which it is writproperly thrown into the margin; and numerous notes are inserted, ten, than for the importance of the subject to which its discussions illustrating the scope and bearing of the apostles' reasoning; which relate.” (Eclectic Review, N. S. vol. xxi. p. 527.) exhibit in a comparatively small compass the substance of much learned and laborious research.
90. A Paraphrase, with Critical Annotations, on the Epistles 81. H. A.
Schott et J. F. Winzer Commentarii in Libros of Saint Paul to the Romans and Galatians. By Timothy EvEpistolicos Novi Testamenti. Vol. I. Epistolos ad Galatas et
WARDS, A.M. London, 1752, 4to. Thessalonicenses continens. Lipsiæ, 1834, 8vo.
We notice this work, which is judiciously compiled from the best This work is executed upon the same plan as Kuinöel's Com-sionally to be purchased at a cheap rate. “The author appears to
previous commentaries on these two Epistles, because it is occamentary on the historical books of the New Testament, which is us to have been a person of learning, judgment, and candour, and noticed in p 131. of this Appendix. The Greek text is inserted in well acquainted with the sacred writings. He endeavours, in the the commentary. Vol. I., which is all that has hitherto appeared, first place, to give his readers a distinct view of the whole Epistle, contains the commentary on the Epistles to the Galatians and Thes- to discover the true occasion of the apostle's writing it, the main salonians, which is written by Dr. Schott.
subject of it, the principal branches of which it consists, and the 82. A Harmony of the Epistles of the Holy Apostles, to which subdivision of them into their proper sections, paragraphs, and is added a Summary of the Entire. By the Rev. Peter ROBERTS, periods; and then to clear up the connection of these several parM.A. Cambridge, 1800, 4to.
ticulars, the seeming perplexity of the arguments, and the hidden
force of the reasonings, in order to set forth the true meaning and Though not a commentary in the strictest sense of the word, coherence of the whole discourse in a clear light.” (Monthly Rethis work affords so valuable a help towards ascertaining the doc-view, O. S. vol. vii. p. 412.) trinal agreement of the Epistles, that it deserves special notice in this place. See a farther account of its plan and execution in page
91. Jacobi Welleri Adnotationes in Epistolam Pauli ad 62. of this Appendix.
Romanos. Brunswick, 1754, 4to. 83. Essays on some of the Difficulties in the Writings of St. 92. Jo. Sal. Semleri Paraphrasis Epistolæ ad Romanos, cum Paul. By Richard WHATELY, D.D. (now Archbishop of Dub- Notis, translatione vetusta, et dissertatione de duplici Appendice lin.] London, 1828, 8vo.
hujus Epistolæ, in cap. xv. xvi. Halæ, 1769, small 8vo.
Semler also published similar paraphrases on the following Epis- 101. A Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, with a tles: viz. 1 & 2 Corinthians, Halæ, 1770, 1776; Galatians, ibid. 1779; Translation and various Excursus. By Moses Stuart, ProfesJames, ibid. 1781; 1 Peter, ibid. 1783; 2 Peter and Jude, ibid. 1784; sor of Sacred Literature in the Theological Seminary at Andover. Revelation, Neustadt, 1785, and 1 John, to which is added by Professor Noesselt a Disquisition, entitled Narratio de Semlero ejusque
Andover (Massachusetts], 1832. London, 1833, 8vo. meritis in interpretatione S. S. 8vo. Riga, 1792. Semler totally rejects those doctrines concerning original sin, &c. which are received deep research, persevering industry, and
varied erudition, could
“If candour, integrity of purpose, and apostolic piety, united to as orthodox by the Protestant churches. His works are all scarce qualify
any man for the task of translating and expounding critically and dear in this country,—so that the student will not sustain any the most difficult of the Pauline Epistles, we believe that Professor loss who may not be able to procure them.
Stuart possesses these endowments. Whatever be the errors in his 93. A Paraphrase on the Eleven First Chapters of Saint Paul's work--and our author is the last man to claim infallibility-they Epistle to the Romans. By the Rev. Thomas Adam. London, arise from the general infirmity of human nature ; they are not in1771, 8vo.
troduce 1 either to support the views of a polemical partisan, or to
maintain the hypothesis of an obstinate disputant. The publica“ This appears to be the performance of a sensible man, who de- tion before us is eminently distinguished both for repeated acknowsires to deliver the true sense of Scripture as far as he can attain ledgment of all the difficulties attendant upon the respective interit, and to advance the cause of piety among men. His method is, pretations of the "vexati loci,' and for unwearied patience in to lay a small number of verses before the reader at one view, in disentangling the web in which controversialists have loved to which are inserted a few words to illustrate and explain them, and involve this sublime epistle."...."Mr. Stuart is original both in then he adds several observations upon the sense of the passage, his translation and his comments. He at one time objects to Calvin, with some practical remarks. On the whole, this paraphrase, not at another to Arminius: and we do not think that any partisan will abounding in criticism, as some might expect, appears however to be have reason to quarrel with the Professor for a blind adherence to a candid, well-meant, practical, and useful performance." (Monthly any set of opinions.'” (British Critic, for October, 1833, pp. 430, Review, O. S. vol. xlv. pp. 400, 401.) What further recommends 431.) this useful work is, the low price at which it may frequently be “ The Translation is couched in elegant language, and divided procured, it having been frequently reprinted.
with great care into sections, each of which has an appropriate, if 94. Chr. Frid. Schmidni Annotationes in Epistolam Pauli ad not perfectly correct, title, and is subdivided into paragraphs as the
sense requires. A great deal of the obscurity of the epistle, as it Romanos. Lipsiæ, 1777, 8vo.
stands in the common version, is removed by the hypothesis that 95. Sam. Frid. Nath. Mori Prælectiones in Epistolam Pauli ad in chapter iii., and in several other places, Saint Paul quotes and Romanos, cum ejusdem versione Latinâ, locorumque quorundam answers a supposed objector. The queries and objections thus Novi Testamenti difficiliorum interpretatione. Edidit J. T. T. quoted and answered, ŠIr. Stuart has distinguished by quotation
marks, which render the epistle at once more interesting and more Holtzapfel. Lipsiæ, 1794, 8vo.
intelligible. Mr. Stuart has also rendered the particles so skilfully, as 96. Epistola Pauli ad Romanos, Græce, ex recensione novissi- to give the whole epistle the appearance, not of a parcel of disjecta ma Griesbachii, cum commentario perpetuo. Edidit Chr. Fr. membra, accidently thrown together, but of a connected and orderly BOEHME. Lipsiæ, 1806, 8vo.
treatise. He has also given a faithful representation of the origi
nal, as regards the use of the article. The Commentary is a work 97. Pauli Epistola ad Romanos. Interprete Ern. Godofr. Adol- of great labour. The author seems seldom to have contented himpho BÖCKEL. Gryphiæ, 1821, 8vo.
self with second-hand observations, but to have consulted for him. 98. Horæ Romanæ : or an Attempt to elucidate St. Paul's self
all original authorities, and to have faithfully prepared himself
to meet any probable or possible objection to his own views." Epistle to the Romans, by an original Translation, Explanatory (American Monthly Review, Nov. 1832, vol. ii. p. 393.) Notes, and New Divisions. By Robert Cox, M.A. London, This Commentary and Excursus are filled with interesting and 1824, 8vo.
valuable information. The work is intended for young students in “While possessing merit of a high order, it is entirely free from divinity, and therefore we meet often with minute criticisms, which display. The simplicity of the author's plan, and the extremely which will be found highly useful to the beginner, as they will
to the matured scholar and theologian may appear unnecessary, but measure of our praise which we have not often an occasion of draw his attention to nice points of theology, and so tend to give awarding.” (Eclectic Review, N. S. vol. xxiii. p. 72.) See also the him accuracy as well as extent of knowledge. Quarterly Theological Review, vol. ii. pp. 72–76.
The London impression of 1833 is handsomely and very correctly
printed under the editorial care of the Rev. Drs. J. P. Smith and 99. Notes on the Epistle to the Romans, intended to assist E. Henderson. Students in Theology, and others, who read the Scriptures in the Originals. By Samuel H. Turner, D.D. New York, Extracts from the Exegetical Works of the Fathers and Re
102. Exposition of St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans; with 1824, 8vo.
formers. Translated from the original German of Dr. Fred. These “ Notes” are strictly exegetical, not polemical; and are designed to explain the force and connection of St. Paul's argu- Aug. Gottreu Tholuck, Professor of Theology in the Royal menis. This object is completely attained by Professor Turner, University of Halle. By the Rev. Robert MENZIES. Vol. I. who has made considerable use of the labours of the German Edinburgh, 1833, 12mo. biblical critics, against whose extravagant interpretations and cri- This work forms part of the Edinburgh Biblical Cabinet, noticed tiques he has, very properly, cautioned
his readers. A translation in p. 72. No. 2. supra. The learned author, Professor Tholuck, of Koppe's Latin Introduction to the Epistle to the Romans is pre- has had the distinguished honour of standing foremost among the fixed; and the work concludes with a well-written " Essay for the defenders of ancient orthodoxy against the modern neologians of consideration of Theological Students."
Germany; and “the Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans is 100. The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans; with an the most important work which has hitherto proceeded from his Introduction, Paraphrase, and Notes. By C. H. TerroT, A.M. of evangelical truth, and the fierce hostility with which it has London, 1828, 8vo.
been assailed by the rationalist party in Germany" (where, notThe design of this publication is, to bring together such informa- withstanding it has passed through many editions), « afford the most tion as may assist young students of divinity in obtaining a right satisfactory evidence of its distinguished worth.” (Translator's understanding of St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans. By way of ap- preface, p. xii.) Professor Stuart, in the preface to his admirable paratus towards an examination of the Epistle, the author has pre-work on the epistle to the Romans (p. vii.), has expressed the fixed, 1. A Chronological Table of the Acts of that Apostle, abridged highest approbation of Dr. Tholuck's labours, to which he acfrom Bishop Pearson's Annales Paulini ; 2. A brief Exposition of knowledges himself “most of all indebted." The purchaser of the occasion, date, and genuineness of the Epistle ; 3. An Analysis Professor Stuart's work with find it desirable to study Dr. T.'s of its contents; 4. A Critical Inquiry into the meaning of the ihe- Exposition in connection with it. The translator has ably perological terms, which in our authorized version are rendered justify formed his difficult task, and has enriched the volume with an and justification, faith, law, and works of the law, flesh, and impute; instructive preface. and, 5. X List of all the Passages of the Old Testament quoted in the Epistle to the Romans. The Greek text follows, according to Epistle to the Romans, as far as is supposed to relate to the
103. A Critical Exposition of the Ninth Chapter of the Dr. Knappe's third edition (Halæ, 1824), and on the opposite page Doctrine of Predestination. By J. FAWCETT. London, 1752, is given the author's paraphrase. The volume concludes with a collection of notes, in the composition of which Mr. Terrot has 8vo. availed himself of the previous works of the most distinguished 104. St. Paul's Wish to be accursed from Christ illustrated, British commentators and divines, and also of the philological and vindicated from Misconstructions. With an Appendix, rives its chief commendation, not so much for what it has accom- containing a Collection of the most material Observations upon plished, as for the plan of study which it opens up to the young the Text by ancient and modern Writers. By Bartholomew divine; showing, by a very succéssful example, the aid which may KEELING. Oxford, 1766, 8vo. be brought to theological investigation from the stores of general literature, and especially from those other sources where the fruit
105. De Consecutione Sententiarum in Pauli ad Romanis of the tree of knowledge is not altogether unmixed.” (British Epistola Commentatio. Auctore Ernesto Friderico HOEPFNERO Critic, April, 1829, vol. v. p. 346.)
| Lipsiæ, 1828, 8vo.
1 AND 2 CORINTHIANS.
| learned commentator's own criticisms, and many doctrinal and
practical observations are interspersed, with a view of farther 106. Pauli ad Corinthios Epistolæ, Græce, perpetua anno- explaining the tendency of the apostle's reasoning, and improving tatione illustratæ, a Fr. Aug. Guil. KRAUSE, vol. i. complectens the moral temper and conduct of the reader.” “The commentary Epistolam priorem. Francofurti, 1792, 8vo.
on the two Epistles to the Thessalonians is more diffuse: the 107. A Paraphrase of Saint Paul's First Epistle to the Co- with whom none were more conversant, and omitted no oppor
author has every where introduced references to original writers, rinthians, with Explanatory Notes. By the Rev. J. G. TOLLEY, tunity of subjoining practical reflections, adapted to the various M.A. London, 1825, 8vo.
passages which he had previously explained by learned and liberal 108. Commentarius in priorem Divi Pauli ad Corinthios criticism.” (Monthly Review, V. S. vol. lvi. pp. 161, 162.) Epistolam. Auctore Aug. Ludov. Christ. HEYDENREIC. Mar- 121. Interpretatio Epistolæ Pauli ad Galatas, auctore E. A. burgi, 1827-28, 2 vols. 8vo.
BORGER. Lugd. Bat. 1807, 8vo. The first volume contains the first eight chapters of St. Paul's 122. Pauli ad Galatas Epistola. Latinè vertit, et CommenFirst Epistle to the Corinthians. The remaining chapters are illus- tario Perpetuo illustravit Doctor et Professor G. B. WINER. trated in the second volume. In the prolegomena the author has Lipsiæ, 1821 ; Editio secunda, aucta et emendata, 1827; Editio given a concise account of the city of Corinth, the introduction of tertia, aucta et emendata, 1829, 8vo. Christianity, and the state of the Christian church, together with the occasion and argument of the epistle, its canonical authority
While this sheet was passing through the press, a translation of and authenticity; and a list of the best commentators on this par- this valuable work by the Rev. W. Cunningham was announced ticular epistle. The commentary is principally philological.
as forming part of the Edinburgh Biblical Cabinet. Copious illus109. Animadversiones ad Cap. III
. et XIII. Epistolæ Pauli trations were to be added from the previous commentaries of
Koppe, Borger, and others. I. ad Corinthios. Scripsit Dr. Ant. Georg. Holmann. Lipsiæ,
123. Gottlob Frid. Gude de Ecclesiæ Ephesinæ Statu impri1819, 8vo.
mis ævo apostolico, Commentatio Historico-Exegetico-Critica. This tract elucidates certain words and difficult passages in the third and thirteenth chapters of St. Paul's first Epistle to the Co-Accedit Vita S. Apostoli Pauli per Georgium Majorem descripta. rinthians.
Lipsiæ, 1732, 8vo. 110. Observationes ad Versus postremos Capitis XIII. prioris
124. Joannis Tarxovi Commentarius in Epistolas Pauli ad Pauli ad Corinthios Epistolæ recte intelligendos. Auctore A. Ephesios, ad Philippenses, ad Colossenses, et ad ThessalonicenSCHOTT. Jenæ, 1823, 4to.
ses. 4to. Rostochii, 1636. 111. Commentatio Critica et Exegetica in Pauline Epistolæ
PHILIPPIANS. ad Corinthios caput XIII. Scripsit Dr. L. G. Pansav. Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1828, 8vo.
125. The Church at Philippi, or the Doctrines and Conduct 112. A Paraphrase on the Fifteenth Chapter of the First torical Commentary upon St. Paul's Epistle to the Philippians.
of the early Christians illustrated : Intended to serve as an HisEpistle to the Corinthians, with Critical Notes and Observations, By Henry Samuel Baynes. London, 1834, 12mo. and a preliminary Dissertation; a Commentary, with Critical Remarks, on the Sixth, Seventh, and part of the Eighth Chapters
126. Meinardi Henrici Scuotani Analysis et Commentarius of the Romans, &c. By John ALEXANDER. London, 1766, 4to. in Epistolam Paulli ad Philippenses. Franeckeræ, 1737, 4to. See an account of this tract, in the Monthly Review, 0. S. vol.
127. Antonii Friderici Buschingii Introductio Historicoxxxiv. pp. 443–451.
Theologica in Epistolam Paulli ad Philippenses. Halæ, 1746, 113. Pauli ad Corinthios Epistola secunda, perpetua annota
4to. tione illustrata, a Jo. Georg. Frid. Leur. Lemgoviæ, 1804, 8vo. 128. Pauli Apostoli Epistola ad Philippenses, Græcè ex Re
114. Epistola Pauli ad Corinthios posterior, Græce. Perpetuo censione Griesbachianâ novå Versione Latinâ et Annotatione Commentario illustravit A. G. EMMERLING. Lipsiæ, 1823, 8vo. perpetuâ illustrata, à J. G. Am-Ende. 8vo. Vitebergæ, 1798.
115. Disputatio de alterâ Pauli ad Corinthios Epistolâ, et 129. Specimen Academicum Inaugurale de Catus Christianoobservandå in illå Apostoli indole et oratione, quam pro summis rum Philippensis Conditione primava, ex Epistolâ iis ab Aposin theologiâ honoribus in Academia Rheno-Traject., publico tolo Paulo scriptâ præcipue dijudicandâ a Johanne Hoog. Lugexamini submittit Herm. Jo. RoyaandS. Trajecti ad Rhenum, duni Batavorum, 1825, 8vo. 1818, 8vo.
The origin and state of the church at Philippi, the date, place This well compiled academical dissertation consists of three where written, scope and argument of the Epistle to the Philippiparts, in which the author examines, 1. The second Epistle to the ans, are discussed in this academical dissertation, which happily Corinthians; 2. The character of Saint Paul; and, 3. The language elucidates many passages of that epistle. and style of the apostle. The second division is particularly valuable.
COLOSSIANS. 116. C. F. A. Fritsche, De nonnullis Posterioris Pauli ad Corinthios Epistolæ Locis Dissertationes Duæ. Lipsiæ, dum in Christo Patrem, Joannem [Davenant) Episcopum
130. Expositio Epistolæ D. Pauli ad Colossenses, per reveren1824, 8vo.
Sarisburiensem jam primum edita : olim ab eodem, Dominæ 117. Alberti Gerhardi Becker, Conjectanea in Locum Pauli- Margaretæ in Academiâ Cantabrigiensi Professore Theologico, num 2 Corinth. XII. 7–9. Magdeburgi, 1822, 8vo.
dictata. Cantabrigiæ, 1627, folio.
131. An Exposition of the Epistle of St. Paul to the Colos118. Sam. Frid. Nath. Mori Acroases in Epistolas Paulinas sians, by the Right Rev. John Davenant, D.D., Bishop of Salisad Galatas et Ephesios. Lipsiæ, 1795, 8vo.
bury. Translated from the Original Latin, with a Life of the 119. A Commentary on Saint Paul's Epistle to the Galatians, Author, and Notes. By the Rev. Josiah Allport. London, translated from the Latin of Martin LUTHER. Svo. and 2 1831–32, 2 vols. 8vo. vols, 12mo.
As Bishop Davenant's valuable exposition of St. Paul's epistle to There are also editions extant in folio and 4to. of this valuable the Colossians had long become extremely scarce, Mr. Allport has work, which completely expose the doctrine of justification by conferred no small favour on biblical students, by rendering his works alone. We may apply to it in particular what Erasmus is work accessible to English readers. “The translation not only recorded to have said of Luther's commentaries in general: possesses the more ordinary and absolutely indispensable prerequi" There is more solid divinity contained in one page than could be sites of general accuracy and fidelity, but the more rare recomfound in many prolix treatises of schoolmen and such kind of mendations of considerable care, propriety, and even elegance.". authors." (Middleton's Biographia Evangelica, vol. i. p. 230.)
“A very valuable feature of the present work is, that the Editor Walchius states that Protestants and Catholics have both concurred has appended (in the form of notes), biographical sketches of the in their commendations of Luther's work. (Biblioth. Theolog. vol. Fathers and Schoolmen whose names so profusely adorn the pages iv. p. 607.)
of Davenant.”..." His notes contain a great deal of curious and
valuable information. The Sketch of the Life of Davenant de120. A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistles of Saint Paul serves the highest praise: it is the only attempt that has ever been to the Galatians and Ephesians, with Doctrinal and Practical made to give any thing like a detailed account of the history and Observations, together with a Critical and Practical Commentary writings of that great and good man.” (Eclectic Review, Februon the Two Epistles of Saint Paul to the Thessalonians. By ary, 1833.) the late learned Samuel CHANDLER, D.D. London, 1777, 4to. 132. An Exposition upon the Epistle to the Colossians.
"The paraphrase clearly and fully expresses the meaning of the Wherein not only the text is methodically analyzed, but the sacred writer; the notes are enriched by original quotations from sense of the words, by the help of writers, both ancient and Greek and Latin authors, in order to illustrate and confirm the modern, is explained. By N. BYFIELD. London, 1615, folio.
GALATIANS AND EPILESIANS.
133. The Epistles of St. Paul to the Colossians, to the Thes- | 151. Pauli ad Philemonem Epistola, Græce et Latine, illussalonians, to Timothy, and to Titus, and the General Epistle of trata a Lebr. Gottl. Schmid10. Lipsiæ, 1786, 8vo. St. James : a new Version from the Greek, and chiefly from the
HEBREWS. Text of Griesbach. By Philalethes. (John Jones, LL.D.] London, 1820, 12mo.
152. An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, with preOf this translation, which in many instances is made to support liminary Exercitations. By John Owen, D.D. Folio, 4 vols. the scheme of the modern Socinians, the reader will find an account London, 1668–74, 8vo. 7 vols. in the Eclectic Review (N. S.), vol. xiv. pp. 277—283.
This work is particularly valuable for its illustration of the Epis134. Isagoge in Epistolam a Paulo Apostolo ad Colossenses tle to the Hebrews by the aid of Rabbinical learning: it is replete datam Theologica, Historica, Critica, accesserunt Enarratio cap. I. with doctrinal and experimental remarks. A well executed abridgColoss. v. 1–14. et Excursus epistolam spectantes tres. Con- ment of it was published in 4 vols. 8vo. 1790, by the late Dr. Edfecit Gulielmus BOEHMERUS. Berolini, 1829, 8vo.
ward Williams, of which a new edition was printed in 1815, 4 vols.
8vo. 135. Gulielmi Boehmeri Symbolæ Biblicæ ad Dogmaticam
153. Joannis Brauna Commentarius in Epistolam ad HeChristianam sive Observationes in Sectionem Apostolicam bræos, cum indicibus locupletissimis et quibusdam tabulis æneis Coloss. I. v. 18—23. Wratislaviæ, 1833, 8vo.
elegantissimis. Amstel. 1705, 4to. 1 AND 2 THESSALONIANS.
Professor Braun or Braunius is well known for several valuable
pieces elucidating sacred antiquities. His commentary on the Epis136. An Exposition upon the two Epistles of the Apostle tle to the Hebrews, in the opinion of J. B. Carpzov, is one of the Saint Paul to the Thessalonians. By the Rev. Father John best ever edited. It is indeed truly valuable for its illustrations JEWEL, late Bishop of Sarisburie. London, 1583, 12mo. Re- by the aid of Rabbinical learning: and the author is particularly printed in 1811, 8vo.
able in refuting the perverse interpretations of the celebrated So
cinian teacher, Schlichtingius. This valuable Commentary on the Epistles to the Thessalonians is printed in the folio edition of Bp. Jewel's works (London, 1609),
154. An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, by Mr. and also in the seventh volume of the compilation, entitled the Robert Duncan, minister of the Gospel. Edinburgh, 1731, 8vo. “Fathers of the English Church.”
A useful and cheap exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews. 137. Joannis Alphonsi TURRETINI Commentarius Theoretico
155. Joannis Benedicti CARPZOVII Exercitationes in Pauli practicus in Epistolas Divi Pauli ad Thessalonicenses. Basileæ, Epistolam ad Hebræos ex Philone Alexandrino. Helmstadt, 1739, 8vo. also in the second volume of the collective edition of 1750, 8vo. Turretin's Works, in 4to.
A work of singular utility in explaining the phraseology of St. 138. The Greek of the Epistle of Saint Paul to the Thessalo- Paul's Epistle to the Hebrews. nians explained. By John Phillips. London, 1751, 4to. 156. A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistle to the Hebrews.
" This work contains the Greek Text, but no translation. The By the late Rev. James PEIRCE. With a Paraphrase and Notes notes are very considerable. They are philological, critical, and on the last three chapters of the Hebrews left unfinished by Mr. theological. It was designed as a specimen of a work upon all the Peirce, and an Essay to discover the author of the Epistle and Epistles, but which was never completed. It is exceedingly scarce.” Language in which it was originally written. By Joseph Hal(Orme's Biblioth. Bibl. p. 349.)
let, jun. London, 1733, 4to. 139. Pauli Epistolæ ad Thessalonicenses. Recensuit, veterum recentiorumque notas selectas congessit, suasque adjecit , et pendix. “Some of the sentiments,” says Professor Stuart
, " differ
This forms part of the work noticed in p. 134. No. 72. of this Aptamquam specimen novæ editionis Epistolarum Pauli edidit F. widely from those of Owen, and are such as ought to be examined SCHLEIERMACHER. Berolini, 1823, 8vo.
with great caution; but the work, as a whole, exceeds any Eng. 140. Specimen Academicum Inaugurale de Catus Christi-lish commentary, which I have read. The author has a great deal anorum Thessalonicensis' Ortu Fatisque, et prioris Pauli iis of acuteness, and is by no means wanting in regard to a tact for scriptæ Epistolæ Consilio atque Argumento. Auctore Joanne American edition, or p. 346. London edition.)
criticism.” (Stuart on the Epistle to the Hebrews, vol. i. p. 286. Jacobo BURGERHOUDT. Lugduni Batavorum, 1825, 8vo.
157. A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistle to the Hebrews. This Dissertation may be considered as a valuable introduction To which is prefixed an Inquiry into the Author of this Episto the first Epistle to the Thessalonians: every topic which is tle; when it was written ; the manner of citing the Old Testanecessary to the correct understanding of it, is satisfactorily dis- ment; and the method of reasoning in it, &c. "By Arthur Ashcussed.
141. Epistolas Pauli ad Thessalonicenses commentario et ley Sykes, D.D. London, 1755, 4to. delectis Patrum Ecclesiasticorum expositionibus, margini sub
158. Joannis Augusti Ernesti Lectiones Academicæ in Episjectis, illustravit Ludovicus Pelt. Gryphiswaldiæ, 1830, 8vo. tolam ad Hebræos ab ipso revisæ, cum ejusdem excursibus theo
142. J. G. Reiche Authentiæ posterioris ad Thessalonicenses logicis edidit ; Commentarium, in quo multa ad recentissimorum Epistolæ Vindiciæ. Gottingæ, 1830, 4to.
imprimis interpretum sententias pertinentia uberius illustrantur,
adjecit Gotlib Immanuel Dindorf. Lipsiæ, 1815, royal 8vo. 1 AND 2 TIMOTHY, TITUS, AND PHILEMON.
These Academic Lectures of Ernesti were delivered by that emia
nent scholar and divipe while he was professor of divinity at Leip143. D. Pauli Epistolæ ad Timotheum, Titum et Philemonem, sic. They have been edited from his corrected copy, with various Observationibus grammaticis, historicis, logicis, theologicis illus- important additions by Professor Dindorf, who succeeded him in tratæ ab Abrahamo SCULTETO. Francofurti, 1624, 4to.
the Hebrew chair at Leipsic. These are included between brack
ets, with the initial letter D., and require to be read with caution, 144. S. Pauli Apostoli Epistola utraque ad Timotheum, cum Prof. Dindorf's sentiments on the person of Christ not being the Commentario Joannis Cocceir. Lugduni Batavorum, 1667, 4to. most correct. On some of the earlier chapters there are also some 145. Beckhaus (Joach. Frid.) Specimen Observationum marginal observations of an anonymous pupil of Ernesti's, which
are distinctly marked. Professor Stuart characterizes it as "a book Critico-Exegeticarum de Vocabulis áruz asyouevois et rarioribus of real worth in a critical respect, although not executed with dicendi Formulis in prima ad Timotheum Epistola Paulina much taste as to form and matter.” (On the Epistle to the Heobviis, Authentiæ ejus nihil detrahentibus. Lingæ, 1810, 8vo. brews, vol. i. p. 287. American edition; or p. 347. London edition.)
146. A. Curtui de Epistolæ prioris ad Timotheum authentiâ, 159. A Paraphrase and Commentary on the Epistle to the cum aliquo vitæ Paulinæ tempore conciliandâ Commentatio. Hebrews. By Archibald MacLean. London, 1819, 2 vols. 8vo. Berolini, 1828, 8vo.
160. Epistola ad Hebræos, Latinè versa et largo explicata 147. Commentationes de Epistolâ posteriori Pauli ad Timo- commentario, a Chr. Frid. BoEHME. Lipsiæ, 1823, 8vo. theum. Scripsit Johannes Brüchner. Hafniæ, 1829, 8vo. 161. Epître aux Hébreux, divisée d'après les matières, aveo
148. Petri von Haven Commentatio Analytica in Epistolam des sommaires indiquant le contenu et l'objet de chaque division Paulli ad Titum. Halæ, 1742, 4to.
et sous-division, des notes, et des intercalations explicatives en 149. A Commentary on the Epistle of Saint Paul written to tremêlés au texte. Génève, 1824, 8vo. Titus. By Thomas TAYLOR. Cambridge, 1612, 4to. 1658, folio. 161*. A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews. By
Walchius speaks very highly of this commentary, both in a phi- Moses STUART, Associate Professor of Sacred Literature in the lological and in a practical point of view. (Bibl. Theol. Select. Theological Seminary at Andover, United States. Andover, vol. iv. p. 723.) The learned author was a frequent preacher before 1827, 2 vols. 8vo. Second edition, revised and enlarged, 1833, Queen Elizabeth and King James I.
in 1 volume, 8vo. 150. Henrici HUMMELII Explanatio Epistolæ Apostoli Pauli This masterly work originated in the arduous duties incident to ad Philemonem. Tiguri, 1670, folio.
the office which Professor Stuart has for some years filled, with