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Author(s): William Barclay, John Drane
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In his letter to the Galatians, Paul explains his need to understand that the grace of God is offered for all people - whoever they are and whatever their background. William Barclay's commentary takes us through the letter and helps us to unpeel the inspiring layers of meaning in the description of the quality of grace.
In the letter to the Ephesians, the nature of the tension between good and evil is explored and Christians are encouraged to put aside harmful self-interest and live together in unity.
William Barclay (1907-1978) is known and loved by millions worldwide as one of the greatest Christian teachers of modern times. His insights into the New Testament, combined with his vibrant writing style, have delighted and enlightened readers of all ages for over half a century. He served for most of his life as Professor of Divinity at the University of Glasgow, and wrote more than fifty books--most of which are still in print today.
1907 - 1978
William Barclay once said that his life's aim was to help new generations "to know better their Bible, their God and their Saviour".
The words and works of this great communicator of the Gospel inspire and sustain the Christian faith of thousands all over the world.
Born in Wick, Barclay studied at the University of Glasgow before becoming a Church of Scotland minister in 1933. He returned to the university as a lecturer in New Testament language and literature in 1947 and was appointed Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism in 1963.
At last! I've discovered William Barclay, and he's brilliant.' DIANE LOUISE JORDAN Paints pictures with words and draws you in.' STEVE CHALKE