By F. W. Grant / Loizeaux Brothers / 1901
The middle part of the New Testament chronicles the birth and expansion of the church and includes the stories of Acts and the apostolic epistles. Grant keenly attends to the importance of their structure for interpretation. He explores the scope and the division of each book in the middle part of the New Testament, and contrasts the New Covenant of grace with the Law. In this volume, Grant also introduces Paul’s life and explores the meaning of the order and structure of his letters.