Author:Samuel Hulbeart Turner

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Samuel Hulbeart Turner

American Hebraist and Episcopal clergyman


  • Notes on the Epistle to the Romans (1824) IA
  • (tr. with Whittingham) Introduction to the Old Testament by Jahn (1827) IA
  • (tr.) "History of Introductions to the Scriptures" by Gesenius in Essays and Dissertations in Biblical Literature (1829) (external scan)
  • (tr.) "History of the Prophet Isiah" by Gesenius in Essays and Dissertations in Biblical Literature (1829) (external scan)
  • (tr.) Introduction to Sacred Philology and Interpretation by Planck (1834) IA (external scan)
  • A Companion to the Book of Genesis (1841) IA
  • Biographical Notices of some of the Most Distinguished Jewish Rabbies (1847) IA
  • Spiritual Things compared with Spiritual, and Explained to Spiritual Men; or an Attempt to Illustrate the New Testament by Parallel References (1848) (external scan)
  • Essay on our Lord's Discourse at Capernum (1851) IA
  • The Epistle to the Hebrews, in Greek and English, with an Analysis and Exegetical Commentary (1852) (external scan)
  • Thoughts on the Origin, Character, and Interpretation of Scripture Prophecy (1852) (external scan)
  • Teachings of the Master (1858)
  • The Gospels according to the Ammonian Sections and the Tables of Eusebius (1861)
  • Autobiography of the Rev. Samuel H. Turner, D.D. (1863) IA

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