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Romans: Deliverance from Wrath

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Since the time of Luther, Paul’s epistle to the Romans has been understood as an evangelistic letter, where salvation was understood as a synonym for justification.

Romans: Deliverance from Wrath, by author Zane Hodges, offers a different perspective. In his careful new translation and commentary, Hodges discusses the difference between justification and salvation, and between eternal destiny and eternal rewards. Exceedingly insightful and practical, this text will challenge you to live a life pleasing to God, without doubting your eternal destiny. As you study Paul’s epistle verse by verse, you will better understand how to glorify God more fully, both now and in the life to come.

The Logos Bible Software edition of Romans: Deliverance from Wrath enhances your study of Paul’s epistle to the Romans. Scripture passages link directly to your preferred English translations and original-language texts, and important theological concepts link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Powerful topical searches help you find what other authors, scholars, and theologians bring to this conversation.

  • Provides a careful new translation of Romans
  • Includes an outline and commentary, facilitating your study of Romans
  • Offers unique insight into the concept of justification and the words save and salvation
  • Title: Romans: Deliverance from Wrath
  • Author: Zane C. Hodges
  • Editor: Robert N. Wilkin
  • Publisher: Grace Evangelical Society
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 488

Zane C. Hodges (1932–2008) was the founder and president of Kerugma, Inc. He was the chairman of the New Testament Department at Dallas Theological Seminary, where he taught for 27 years. Hodges graduated from Wheaton College and Dallas Theological Seminary. He served for over 40 years as a pastor and authored many articles and books such as A Free Grace Primer.


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  1. Rob Coblentz

    Rob Coblentz


    Very informative and well written.

  2. Tero Fredriksson
    This is one of the best commentaries on Romans along James Dunn's commentary. It has some similarities with the NPP. For example Hodges does not see that the argument of the letter is not built around the justification by faith alone but what it takes to have faithful Christian life.

  3. Gordon M. Johnson, MDiv
    This is one of the worst commentaries on Romans that I own. In my sermon prep I do read it, but only to get a handle on what a small group of American Christians, the so-called "free gracers", think. My main issue is that on almost every significant passage, Hodges turns the clear meaning on its head by imposing some condition on the text. No one who reads Romans closely would come to the conclusions that Hodges does without an outside (of Romans) agenda. This is not a great commentary and I do not recommend it.

  4. M. David Johnson
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