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THE GOSPEL OF ST. MATTHEW.
|They are all written in clear, forcible language, and bring abundant illustration from science, the facts of life and history and Scripture. All through they manifest a true philosophical spirit, and a deep knowledge of human nature. None can read them without profit.| -- Leeds Mercury.
THE GOSPEL OF ST. MARK.
|As clear, luminous, and pellucid as is everything that comes from the pen of the great Manchester preacher. Even in treating the simplest incident he surprises his readers, and that without once forcing the note, or seeking sensationalism.| -- Christian World.
THE GOSPEL OF ST. LUKE.
|Dr. Maclaren is a prince of expositors, and his expositions are as wholesome as they are able, and as interesting as they are instructive and edifying. Every paragraph is luminous with vivid expression.| -- The London Quarterly Review.
THE GOSPEL OF ST. JOHN.
|There is much freshness and suggestiveness in these papers. Dr. Maclaren has studied the art of compression with great success, and no teacher of a class could desire anything better for his purpose than these lessons. They may be heartily recommended to all teachers as about the best things of the kind to be had.| -- Glasgow Herald.
THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES.
|The more this volume is read and studied the more do we admire the humility that ranks such a book as for Bible Classes only. It is for them beyond all question, and better fare has nowhere been provided for them. Whether they be Bible Classes or preachers who study this volume they will be enriched and strengthened by it.| -- Presbyterian.
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