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Romans (Randall House Bible Commentary)

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In writing this commentary, the author became impressed at Paul's burden for the Jews. He believed that the main burden of Paul in 1:18–3:20 was to get the Jew to see that he was lost. Paul gave considerably more attention to the case against the Jews in 2:1–3:8 than he did the Gentile in 1:18–32. Paul's burden in chapters 9, 10, and 11 was to get the unbelieving Jew to see that he was lost. He wanted him to see that salvation was not guaranteed to him simply because he was a Jew. He wanted the Jew to see that God was deeply interested in his salvation. As distinguished from the dispensationalist who sees a disjunctive relationship between Israel and the church, the author sees a conjunctive relationship between Israel and the church. In fact, Forlines sees the church as a continuation of Israel. The viewpoint is clearly established by Paul in chapter 11. This view is also supported by the way Paul anchors salvation both for Jews and Gentiles in the Abrahamic Covenant in chapter 4.

It is the author's policy as near as was reasonably possible, where difference of opinion exists, to present the different viewpoints and to list some of the commentators who subscribed each view.

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Forlines has tackled the arduous task of producing a detailed commentary on one of the most difficult books of the Bible in a style that could be understood by the general Christian public. The Randall House series is intended as a serious exposition that could benefit both the lay reader as well as the academic community, being neither highly technical nor merely devotional. Forlines takes the reader through problem after problem with clarity of thought and writing. He lists and discusses each view with precision and insight. . . . Forlines' work makes a positive contribution to the literature on Paul's epistle to the Romans, especially in understanding the theological stance of the Free Will Baptists within the Arminian camp and in cataloging the various interpretative views of problem passages.

—Richard A. Young, Tennessee Temple University, Chattanooga, TN

  • Title: Romans
  • Author: F. Leroy Forlines
  • Series: Randall House Bible Commentary
  • Publisher: F. Leroy Forlines
  • Publication Date: 1987
  • Pages: 381

F. Leroy Forlines, a prolific writer, is the author of Romans Commentary, Biblical Systematics, The Quest for Truth, and Biblical Ethics. His monthly column “Christian Doctrine” was published in Contact magazine for 15 years. Forlines taught at Free Will Baptist Bible College for 50 years, where he continues to serve as adjunct professor. He has also served on the National Association of Free Will Baptists’ Commission for Theological Integrity since its 1962 inception. Under the auspices of Free Will Baptist International Missions, he is an adjunct professor of theology at Russian Baptist Theological Institute at the Chelyabinsk Affiliate of the Moscow Theological Institute. Forlines earned his BA from Free Will Baptist Bible College, his MA from Winona Lake School of Theology, his BD from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, and his ThM from Chicago Graduate School of Theology.

J. Matthew Pinson is president of Free Will Baptist Bible College in Nashville, Tennessee. Before he took his his current position, he worked as a pastor, teacher, and writer in Alabama, Connecticut, and Georgia. A native of Pensacola, Florida, Mr. Pinson holds degrees from Yale University and the University of West Florida, and he completed his doctorate at Vanderbilt University. He is author of other Randall House books, such as A Free Will Baptist Handbook and The Washing of the Saints’ Feet. He lives with his wife, Melinda, and their children, Anna and Matthew, in Nashville.

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  1. David Potete

    David Potete

    2/4/2014

    I used this text in Bible College. I am thrilled it is available in Logos!
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