St. Paul's Epistle to the Philippians  by Charles John Vaughan
The high recommendation of Charles Spurgeon for any of C. J. Vaughan's works is sufficient in and of itself for obtaining it. He wrote of this commentary: "Deservedly esteemed. Dr. Vaughan gives a literal translation of his text from the original Greek, and then expounds it, believing it, as he says, 'to be the duty of every Christian teacher to assist his congregation in drinking, not of the stream only, but at the spring of revealed truth.'" (COMMENTING AND COMMENTARIES.) — Vaughan was a prominent Church of England minister and pastor as well as an eminent educator, a "master teacher". As well as pastor at Doncaster, he also served as headmaster of Harrow school, master of the Temple, dean of Llandaff, Wales, and president of the University of Cardiff. He "had wide influence as a preacher and leader of the Broad Church party of the Anglican Church." His work of "preparing hundreds of university graduates for the ministry" was "a work that gave him greatest distinction." — 124 pages.