An Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans includes an introduction, an appendix, and a section entitled “the scheme of the epistles.” John Howard Hinton’s exegetical commentary on Romans is remarkable and thorough.
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- Utilizes parallelism in the way the epistle is presented
- Includes ample exposition on key concepts found in Romans
- Applies parallelism as a tool of expository elucidation
- Provides both the Greek and English text
- Scheme of the Epistle
- The Epistle Arranged, in Greek
- The Epistle Arranged, in English
- Title: An Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans
- Author: John Howard Hinton
- Publisher: Houlston and Wright
- Publication Date: 1863
- Pages: 307
About John Howard Hinton
John Howard Hinton was born in 1791. An English Baptist minister, he died in 1873.