John Chrysostom (349-407) was affectionately given the title “golden-mouthed,” because of the beauty of his preaching. He was a gifted orator and rhetorician. Beyond that, he was a faithful Christian and commentator on Holy Scripture. Having a Feast Day in the Lutheran, Anglican, Roman Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox churches, he remains one of the most significant theological voices arising from the fourth century, and his writings impact the church unto the present day.This volume contains his commentary on St. Paul's letter to the Galatians, which is taken from a series of sermons on the book. Throughout the text, Chrysostom illuminates Paul's words with vivid illustrations and practical wisdom.
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The Augsburg Confession with a Historical Introduction and Notes by Charles Krauth (Lutheran Confessions)
Annotations on Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and 1 and 2 Thessalonians (Lutheran Commentary Series)
The True Church and the Holy Ministry: Two Treatises on Ecclesiology by E. Greenwald and Henry Eyster Jacobs