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Banner of Truth Trust, 1978 - Religion - 524 pages
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Leviticus is one of the least read and understood parts of Scripture. Yet, the author of this commentary points out, no book in the Bible contains more of the very words of God than Leviticus. Bonar wrote his notes on Leviticus for his personal use, but was persuaded to publish them by friends. His commentary, though based on sound exegesis, is marked by simplicity. The author is always careful to make spiritual application, for, as he says, 'The Gospel of the grace of God, with all that follows in its train, may be found in Leviticus. This is the glorious attraction of the book to every reader who feels himself a sinner.'

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User Review  - Jim Smith - Christianbook.com

I read this work some time ago and subsequently gave Leviticus a personalized sub-title. I now call it the Gospel of Jesus Christ according to the law. This author was blessed and changed my view of Leviticus forever. Read full review

Review: Leviticus, Geneva Commentary Series

User Review  - Victor Gill - Christianbook.com

Recently while visiting a Caribbean country I read portions of this book in a aprivate library. I was very impressed with the typological perspective. I am very happy to now have my own copy. It has ... Read full review

About the author (1978)

Andrew Bonar (1810-1892) was a minister of the Free Church of Scotland in Glasgow and was the younger brother of the noted hymn writer Horatius Bonar. He was also the author of a famous biography of Robert Murray McCheyne.

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