First published in Scholz’s 1836 edition of the New Testament, James Challis’ Translation of Romans, with Notes was republished independently with a few small revisions in the year 1871. Challis’ commentary is filled with practical implementations and discussion of his ideas of biblical interpretation as he delves into the doctrine of Romans.
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- Contains extensive notes on each verse
- Discusses common disagreements in the translation
- Provides pivotal points in regard to how the book of Romans was translated
- Title: Translation of Romans, with Notes
- Author: James Challis
- Publisher: G. Bell & Sons
- Publication Date: 1871
- Pages: 73
About James Challis
James Challis (1803–1882), an English astronomer, was also an avid theologian, physicist, and clergyman. A Translation of the Epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Romans was one of two theological dissertations written by him.