Exposition of the Gospel of Luke
"There is no Gospel which more shows the mind and love of God... none is more truly and evidently inspired... none so deeply marked by traces of the human hand and heart." So says Mr. Kelly in his prologue. He firmly believed that the Holy Spirit inspired Luke to delineate our Lord as a man, both in body and soul.
This book is a chapter-by-chapter commentary; yet it has helpful marginal notes, which enable the reader to know the verses he is dealing with at any given place.
Mr. Kelly was one of the remarkable men whom God used mightily to expound His precious Word.
When many of his ecclesiastical contemporaries had capitulated to biblical criticism which deeply undermined confidence in the inspired Word of God, Mr. Kelly remained true to "...the faith once for all delivered to the saints."
Mr. Kelly was an outstanding scholar who deeply loved the Word of God and the precious Savior of whom it speaks from cover to cover.
|Number of Pages||381|
|Subject||Commentaries (New Testament)|