A Commentary on the Greek Text of Second Corinthians
|Author: ||Garlington, Don|
Dr. Garlington has put together a New Testament commentary on the Greek text of Second Corinthians which emphasizes ease of use and extensive notation and scrutiny. It is meant to be a guide for students as they begin to study Bible commentary.
"The ensuing volume is designed for students of the Greek New Testament. While a plethora of commentaries on 2 Corinthians is currently available, this one endeavors to be a kind of 'halfway house' between the likes of Murray Harris, Margaret Thrall, George Guthrie, and B.J. Oropeza on the one side, and Philip Hughes, Mark Seifrid, and Frank Matera, on the other."
From the Preface
Table of Contents
Foreword by James D.G. Dunn
Purpose and Contents
Integrity of the Letter
I. Paul Defends His Conduct and Explains His New Covenant Ministry (Chapters 1-7)
II. Paul's Appeal to Complete the Collection (Chapters 8-9)
III. Paul's Defense of His Apostolic Authority (Chapters 10-13)
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