This massive volume contains John Brown’s rigorous expository work on Romans. Brown works through this epistle verse by verse, providing scores of valuable insights into interpreting this powerful book.
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John Brown (c. 1610–1679) graduated at the University of Edinburgh in 1630. He was a highly respected peer of Samuel Rutherford, mentioned frequently in Rutherford’s letters. For many years, he was settled in his duties as a pastor and church leader, and didn’t become involved in parliament and the Reformation of Scotlant until 1662. He was one of the first ministers arrested and excommunicated for opposing King Charles II’s involvement in the affairs of the church.