Kregel Publications, 1938 - 588 páginas
"The only hope of Christianity is in the rehabilitating of the Pauline theology. It is back, back, back, to an incarnate Christ and the atoning blood, or it is on, on, on to atheism and despair," wrote Francis L. Patton, former president of Princeton University . Those prophetic words aptly introduce William R. Newell's classic commentary on the Epistle to the Romans and underscore the church's continuing need to study and teach the book of Romans.Includes helpful comments on both the Greek and English textsPrecise and ample footnotes provide valuable discussions on the historical and critical context of individual passages.
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This is a wonderful book - as a previous reviewer said, I'd be fine having this edition and my Bible. It's a well written, 'to the point' commentary, with lots of cross references. The exposition prompts me to read the Bible more - what could be better?
This is the best commentary ever written on Romans 1-8.
Spiritual Order of Pauls Epistles
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