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LECTURES IN DEFENCE

OF

THE CHRISTIAN FAITH,

PROFESSOR GODET’S WORKS.

In Three Volumes, 8vo, price 31s. 6d.,
A COMMENTARY ON THE GOSPEL OF

ST. JOHN.
By F. GODET, D.D.,
PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY, NEUCHATEL.

This work forms one of the battle-fields of modern inquiry, and is itself so rich in spiritual truth, that it is impossible to examine it too closely; and we welcome this treatise from the pen of Dr. Godet. We have no more competent exegete; and this new volume shows all the learning and vivacity for which the author is distinguished.'-Freeman.

In Two Volumes, 8vo, price 21s.,
A COMMENTARY ON THE GOSPEL OF.

ST. LUKE.
TRANSLATED FROM THE SECOND FRENCH EDITION.

Marked by clearness and good sense, it will be found to possess value and interest as one of the most recent and copious works specially designed to illustrate this Gospel.'-Guardian.

In Two Volumes, 8vo, price 21s., A COMMENTARY ON ST. PAUL'S EPISTLE TO

THE ROMANS.

We prefer this commentary to any other we have seen on the subject. .. We have great pleasure in recommending it as not only rendering invaluable aid in the critical study of the text, but affording practical and deeply suggestive assistance in the exposition of the doctrine. -British and Foreign Evangelical Review.

Here indeed we have rare spiritual insight and sanctified scholarship’- Weekly Review.

Just published, in crown 8vo, price 6s., DEFENCE OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH.

TRANSLATED BY THE HON. AND REV, W. H. LYTTELTON.

OF

THE CHRISTIAN FAITH.

BY

PROFESSOR F. GODET,

AUTHOR OF COMMENTARIES ON ST. LUKE, ST. JOHN, AND ROMANS, ETC.

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MORRISON AND GIBB, EDINBURGE, PRINTERS TO HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE. TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE.

To add another to the many excellent books on

- “Christian Evidences ” already current amongst us, may seem to require some justification. But, unless I am much mistaken, the Lectures which I here offer to English readers are specially fitted for usefulness in this country at this time. With the exception of the last, they were written by their able author in reply to attacks upon the Christian Faith, made by able Lecturers, in Neuchâtel, the town in which he lives. Professor Godet felt himself called upon to meet their challenge on the spur of the moment; and he delivered the following addresses almost immediately, with excellent effect upon the audiences who assembled to hear him. In their present form they make up a small book, which may be read through in a few days even by the busiest; but their substance is the matured result of the lifelong, com

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