Cambridge Greek Testament on Acts – J. Rawson Lumby

Joseph Rawson Lumby [1831-1895], The Acts of the Apostles. Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges

This is J. Rawson Lumby’s commentary on the Greek text of the Acts of the Apostles written for students in the 19th Century. This copy came from the reserve stock of Spurgeon’s College library.

Joseph Rawson Lumby [1831-1895], The Acts of the Apostles. Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1894. Hbk. pp.472. [Click to visit the download page]

Table of Contents

I. Introduction

  • Design of the Author
  • The Title
  • The Author
  • Date of the Work
  • The Sources of the Narrative
  • Alleged difficulties in the Acts

II. Text

III. Notes

IV. Index

V. Greek Index

Pastoral Epistles by J.H. Bernard – Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools

John Henry Bernard [1860-1927], The Pastoral Epistles

Continuing with the digitisation of volumes of the Cambridge Greek Testament in Spurgeon’s College Library, this is J.H. Bernard’s work on the Pastoral Epistles. Bernard also wrote the 2 volume International Critical Commentary on the Gospel of John.

This title are in the public domain.

John Henry Bernard [1860-1927], The Pastoral Epistles. Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1899. Hbk. pp.192. [Click to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  • Preface by the General Editor
  • Editor’s Preface
  • Introduction
    1. The LIterary History of the Pastoral Epistles
    2. The Place of the Pastoral Epistles in St. Paul’s Life
    3. The Style and Vocabulary of the Pastoral Epistles
    4. The Heresies contemplated in the Pastoral Epistles
    5. Bishops and Presbyters in the Primitive Church
    6. The Greek Text
  • Text
  • Notes
  • Index Graecitatis

Short Commentary on Daniel by A.A. Bevan

Anthony Ashley Bevan [1859-1933], A Short Commentary on the Book of Daniel

One cannot avoid the conclusion that the students for whom A.A. Bevan wrote his Short Commentary on the Book of Daniel were fairly advanced, given that they would have been expected to have a familiarity with both Hebrew and Syriac in order to make the best use of it!

This public domain volume comes from the Library of Spurgeon’s College.

Anthony Ashley Bevan [1859-1933], A Short Commentary on the Book of Daniel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1892. Hbk. pp.235. [Click to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  • General Introduction
    • The text and the oldest Versions
    • Ancient and medieval interpreters
    • Modern interpreters
  • Origin and Purpose of the Book of Daniel
  • Liguistic Character of Daniel
    • The Hebrew of Daniel
    • The Aramaic of Daniel
    • Foreign Words in Daniel
  • The Septuagint Version
  • Commentary
  • Appendix I. — The Palmyrene Dialect
  • Appendex II. — Chronlogical Tables
  • Index of Words and Roots
  • Text, Paraphrase and Additional Notes
  • Index