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The Epistles of St.John;: The Greek Text with Notes. New Introduction on… (original 1883; edition 1966)

by Brooke Foss Westcott (Author), F. F. Bruice (Introduction)

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Title:The Epistles of St.John;: The Greek Text with Notes. New Introduction on Johannine Studies since Westcott's Day
Authors:Brooke Foss Westcott (Author)
Other authors:F. F. Bruice (Introduction)
Info:Eerdmans (1966), 245 pages
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The Epistles of St. John: The Greek Text with Notes by Brooke Foss Westcott (1883)

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Reprint with new material of the 3rd ed. of 1892 ( )
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και το Πνευμα και η Νυμφη λεγουσιν Ερχου.

και ο ακουων ειπατω Ερχου,

και ο διψων ερχεσθω,

ο θελων λαβετω υδωρ ζωης δωρεαν.

Apoc. xxii.17
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In the present Commentary I have endeavored to follow the plan which I sketched in the notes on the Gospel of John in The Speaker's Commentary.
WESTCOTT'S SIGNIFICANCE (by F. F. Bruce) -- To the text which he annotates or expounds a commentator brings himself -- in his own generation, environment and culture, with his own qualities, presuppositions and interests.
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