In this volume, Benjamin Willis Newton provides extensive notes on the original Greek of the first chapter of Romans, initially designed to accompany some of Newton’s other observations on the first and second chapters.
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B.W. Newton (1807–1899) was born in Davenport to a Quaker family. He was educated at Exeter College, Oxford, where he became a fellow. Newton became a member of the Anglican Church at Oxford, which he later left, becoming influential in the Plymouth Brethren. He eventually left the Bretheren as well, setting up an independent chapel in Bayswater, London. He is the author of several books including Gospel Truths and Aids to Prophetic Inquiry.