The first 10 epistles of Paul, reproduced in The Messages of the Paul, presented us with the apostle’s doctrinal system. The Pastorals, whatever view may be taken of their authorship, have little bearing upon that system but, instead, deal with relations and conditions that more appropriately place them in the later group of New Testament writings. This volume comprises a paraphrase of the rest of the New Testament epistles, arranged in their probable chronological order, with brief introductions and analysis.
The Messages of the Apostles contains an analysis and paraphrase of the following epistles:
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George Barker Stevens (1854–1906) was Dwight Professor of Systematic Theology at Yale University. His numerous works include The Theology of the New Testament, A Short Exposition of the Epistle to the Galatians, The Christian Doctrine of Salvation, and The Teaching of Jesus.