I AND II CORINTHIANS hod577
I AND II CORINTHIANS, HODGE, C- The qualities which have given Hodge's commentaries a wide and enduring market are readily to be seen. They are singularly clear. The technicalities of critical opinion which soon cause a volume to become "dated" are not to be found in his pages. His aim was to produce commentaries which learned and unlearned alike could consult with profit. No one who would choose to study Corinthians should do so without the aid of this volume. 690 pp.