Some Works of Arthur Pridham


Biographical Note

Books
Psalms. Notes and Reflections on the
Romans. Notes and Reflections on the Epistle to the
Second Epistle to the Corinthians. Notes and Reflections on the
Galatians. Notes and Reflections on the Epistle to the
Ephesians. Notes and Reflections on the Epistle to the
Hebrews. Notes and Reflections on the Epistle to the

Other publications by Arthur Pridham Any help to find these would be appreciated!

Books
Notes and Reflections on the First Epistle to the Corinthians.
Notes and Reflections on the Epistle to the Philippians.

Booklets & Pamphlets
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"The main value of this work is to be found in its pious and practical 'reflections,' and in the clear and connected outline given of the apostles reasoning, and their application to the subject in hand." – The Rock.

"Mr. Pridham does not pretend to critical research, but he illustrates the sacred Word in a plain, practical, and devotional way; so that we doubt not the volume will be found instructive and profitable to the reader." – Church of England Magazine.

"A great amount of most precious truth and able criticism. Both the tone and substance are of a very superior kind." – Quarterly Journal of Prophecy.

"Arthur Pridham's most valuable works on Romans, Ephesians, and Hebrews, are full of the freshest views of divine truth, and are quite a treasure." – British Herald.

Pridham's Notes on the Psalms was first published by Binns and Goodwin in 1852, and the second edition by James Nisbet in 1869.

A schoolteacher by profession, little is known of Arthur Pridham. He appears to have been in fellowship among assemblies in the middle period of the 19th century in Rochdale and Weston-super-Mare. His work drew appreciative comments from William Kelly, Charles Spurgeon and others. They described his writings as "not unprofitable", "sound and gracious".