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A Critical Exposition of the Third Chapter of Paul’s Epistle to the Romans

by Morison, James

Hamilton, Adams & Co., Thomas D. Morison 1866

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Overview

Believing the third chapter of Romans to be of particular note and significance, James Morrison takes the time to thoroughly dissect this text. In A Critical Exposition of the Third Chapter of Paul’s Epistle to the Romans he provides the original Greek translation as well as the English Authorized Version and a version translated by the author himself. Delving into Romans, Morrison provides a thought-provoking and thorough verse-by-verse commentary.

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Key Features

  • Contains carefully considered exegesis on topics such as "Justification by Faith without Works"
  • Includes the original Greek text of Romans chapter three
  • Provides verse by verse analysis

Product Details

  • Title: A Critical Exposition of the Third Chapter of Paul’s Epistle to the Romans
  • Author: James Morrison
  • Publisher: Hamilton
  • Publication Date: 1866
  • Pages: 422

About James Morrison

James Morrison a nineteenth century British theologian, is the author of A Critical Exposition of the Third Chapter of Paul’s Epistle to the Romans.