This masterful study on Paul's epistle to the Romans is sure to rival the great commentaries written by Martin Luther and Karl Barth. Fitzmyer's treatment is thoroughly detailed as he deals with the most important issues of the early church. He uses the perspective of the Apostle Paul to examine the theological and ethical principles of Christianity, as well as to explain the struggle between Judaism and the new community of faith. This is essential reading for scholars, students, and anyone interested in learning about one of the most important letters ever written.
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