Its words convinced a fourth-century literature teacher named Aurelius Augustinus—later known as St. Augustine of Hippo—to abandon his sinful life and serve the Church. And it’s the biblical book that Martin Luther called “truly the most important piece in the New Testament.” Paul’s letter to the Romans has shaped how christians have thought, behaved, and believed for over 2,000 years, and some of Christianity’s most precious doctrines find their fullest exposition in its pages. It’s little wonder that commentaries on Romans are so popular, and so crucial for in-depth Bible study.
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The New Covenant Commentaries are refreshingly accessible; each volume provides a comprehensive overview of the biblical book, while also diving deep into paragraph-by-paragraph exposition. The result is a clear, concise view of the theology, historical interpretation, and spiritual application of the New Testament books.
Keener closely examines each section, identifying the flow of Paul’s argument within each paragraph, and how it relates to the argument of the book as a whole. Keener brings Romans to life for the modern reader, drawing on extra-biblical sources to paint a picture of how the original audience would have heard and understood the message. With New Covenant Commentary: Romans, you’ll gain a thorough understanding of this critically important epistle.
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