The letter to the Romans is the apostle Paul's most theological embedded book. Augustine, Luther and Wesley are amongst those who credit their trust in Christ to the reading of this letter.Romans is all about the revelation of God's righteousness in freely offering salvation to all people through faith. Written about AD 56 or 57 in Corinth while Paul was on his way to Jerusalem, Romans historically fits into the book of Acts near the end of Paul's third missionary journey.
This particular commentary, like other commentaries in the Focus on the Bible series, is meant to be readable, reliable, and relevant. This makes this commentary a great resource for scholars, pastors, and laypersons.
Paul Barnett also wrote the 1 Corinthians volume for this series.
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