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A Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans
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A Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans


Thomas Whittaker 1901

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  • Introduction
  • All Are Guilty
  • Justification and its Results
  • The New Life in Christ
  • Harmony of the Old and New
  • Practical Lessons
  • Conclusion of the Epistle
  • Dissertations

Praise for the Print Edition

In Dr. Agar Beet the Wesleyans have now a theologian who takes his place among the best of living expositors. . . . It is no small achievement to have carried into its ninth edition a book on so well worked a theme as the Epistle to the Romans. This success is the reward of solid and sober work. The writer has the great merit of knowing his own mind and of expressing his meaning with lucidity; and his literary skill enables him to give his readers most of the results attained by scholarship without distracting the unlearned by a parade of Greek. But he is more than a commentator; he applies the lessons of the Epistle with impressive earnestness and unfailing good taste.

The Saturday Review

This is one of the greatest extant commentaries on Romans; and it is more, for it is also a compendium of theology, as must needs be the case with a work on the Epistle that deals at all adequately with its subject. Again and again as we turn over the pages we are delighted with some happy rendering, the skilful unraveling of some knotty phrase, the keen cut of thought into the heart of some tough sentence.

The Christian World

Product Details

  • Title: A Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans
  • Author: Joseph Agar Beet
  • Series: Joseph Agar Beet Collection
  • Publisher: Thomas Whittaker
  • Publication Date: 1901
  • Pages: 386

About Joseph Agar Beet

Joseph Agar Beet was an English Wesleyan pastor from 1864 to 1885, and professor of systematic theology in Wesleyan College, Richmond, 1885–1905. He was also a member of the faculty of theology in the University of London in 1901–05.

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