The Epistle to the Galatians by C F Hogg and W E Vine and published by Classics.
This commentary of over 350 pages, by C F Hogg and W E Vine, excels in the rich tradition of careful, exegetical word studies and expository commentary. This commentary uses a word study approach that takes into consideration every reference to that word in the Bible as well as the range of its uses in ancient Greek the original language of the New Testament.
This Epistle is closely connected with that to the Romans in its exposition of the Pauline doctrine of justification by faith, but it has those varied interests of another order, chronological, personal, historical, which will ever make it a theme for theological discussion. All problems of this nature are dealt with in a logical, scholarly and straightforward way. Pastors, scholars, or serious students of the Word will enjoy and will "harvest much fruit" from this in-depth commentary on Galatians.