The New Testament epistles of Romans through Philemon comprise the books commonly referred to as the Pauline Epistles. These letters, crucial for the study of the New Testament, offer the reader a glimpse of Paul's correspondence and teaching to particular congregations or individuals.
Included in this collection is some of the best scholarly commentaries on the Pauline Epistles and feature experts like Douglas Moo, C. E. B. Cranfield, & Joseph A. Fitzmyer on Romans, Anthony Thiselton on 1 Corinthians, F. F. Bruce and Dieter Lührmann on Galatians, I. Howard Marshall on the Pastoral Epistles, and others. Emphasizing translation from the Greek text rather than reliance on a particular English translation of the text, these titles will equip students, pastors, professors, or lay persons to engage with the material in both depth and breadth.
Also check out the New Testament Technical Commentary Collection covering the Gospels-Acts, 17 vols..
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