Both in mood and in method, Romans is an entirely different epistle that Paul's other writings. Instead of being concerned with immediate, practical problems, the apostle sets down in a systematic fashion the essence of his faith, handing down in a sense a "theological last will and testament." In ways that no other writing of the New Testament has achieved, the ideas expressed in the letter to the Romans have shaped formatively the whole of Christian belief. Barclay's fresh translation and clear exposition allows readers the chance to see the heart of Paul's gospel.
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