Philadelphia, Westminster Press 
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In The Acts of the Apostles, noted Scottish Bible interpreter William Barclay follows the formula established for The Daily Study Bible by first giving the text of the day's study in his own interpretation, followed by two or three pages of commentary
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The works of this heretic are without peer in their Greek, history, and application. Barclay just did not accept orthodoxy, see his "The Apostiles Creed," for the depth of his heresy. An excellent preaching resource.
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Barclay's ‘The Daily Study Bible' has been cherished by millions throughout the world, and his style and popular appeal are renowned. His language and method are never academic, but always full of relevance to life and work today. He himself once said, 'I decided I must dedicate my life to making scholarship available for the layman, so that he may know better his Bible, his God and his Saviour'.