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Christian Workers' Commentary on the Old and New Testaments. 8vo, cloth . .
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The Book and How to Use It
THE war with Germany greatly quickened
popular interest in the prophetic books of
the Bible, and the Christian Herald, New York, asked the author for a series of articles on the subject. They numbered eight, and bore the general title of “The Mountain Peaks of Prophecy.”
Before the conclusion of the series the attention awakened seemed to justify an increase of the number of articles to twelve, and later that number was doubled.
Questions from correspondents began to multiply which were replied to in some of the later articles, and as the whole assumed more and more the form of class instruction, the management of the paper urged the present publication in book form for wider and more permanent use.
One or two articles have been omitted here as being rather ephemeral in character and not essential to the rounding out of the subject; but those that appear do so, with few exceptions, in their original order, and with practically no change in the text. Repetitions and recapitulations incident to the serial form of composition have had to be retained, but it is thought these may be found not undesirable where the study of the book is pursued in classes as is contemplated in some instances, and for which the