Epistles of St. John
Originally published in 1886, this volume was created as part of the Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges series. Consummately edited, it contains the original Greek text, together with a long introduction, generous notes, and appendices. This remains a fascinating edition that will be of value to anyone with an interest in the New Testament and its theological interpretation.
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