Presenting four top New Testament scholars at the forefront of their fields, the Eerdmans New Testament Commentaries Collection (4 vols.) contains two commentaries on the Book of Romans, a commentary on the Gospel of John, and a volume on the Epistle to the Galatians based on medieval translations and interpretations.
In Introducing Romans: Critical Issues in Paul’s Most Famous Letter, Richard N. Longenecker provides a guide to the most critical issues Romans poses for modern interpreters. In his book Paul’s Letter to the Romans: A Commentary, Arland Hultgren draws on more than thirty years of experience teaching Romans to engage the text of Paul’s letter using careful exegesis in conversation with scores of contemporary biblical scholars. In The Gospel of John: A Commentary, Frederick Dale Bruner lends insight from a lifetime of teaching the Gospel of John, and offers practical wisdom for our present-day lives. And, in The Letter to the Galatians, Ian Christopher Levy presents six new English translations of medieval biblical interpretations of Paul's Epistle to the Galatians, and shows us how reconnecting with the era’s theological and spiritual riches can enhance contemporary reading of the Bible.
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