The Gospel of Luke

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William Barclay
Westminster Press, 1975 - Religion - 314 pages
In the Gospel of Luke, the great Scottish Bible interpreter William Barclay follows the formula of the Daily Study Bible Series by first giving the text of the day's study in his own translation, followed by two of three pages of commentary

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Enriching resource

User Review  - Mona -

I bought two for our Bible Study on Luke and gave it to others to take home. They came back so excited to share what they learned from it. It is a great resource to add to the group. I have used this ... Read full review

A good devotional commentary

User Review  - RICHARD HOLT -

Barclay was an incredibly gifted writer. His work on the Gospel of Luke is no exception. The work is built upon solid scholarship, but is written in a popular style. The series is designed to provide ... Read full review



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