Exposition of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans was originally published in German in 1836. This focused work contains the original German preface, as well as one written for the English edition. An extensive introduction with a historical analysis of the context, culture, and writing of Romans precedes A. F. Tholuck’s commentary, which travels verse-by-verse through the epistle.
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- Contains an introduction that details the history of the epistle, as well as its cultural background
- Includes ample exposition on key concepts found in Romans
- Provides verse-by-verse commentary
- Of the Church at Rome
- Of the Time and Place at Which the Epistle Was Written
- Of the Language of the Epistle
- Style and Diction of the Epistle
- On the Genuineness of the Epistle
- Occasion, Design, Contents, and Internal Disposition of the Epistle
- Of the Outward Disposition of the Admonitory Part of the Epistle
- Of the Principal Commentators upon the Epistle to the Romans
- Title: Exposition of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans
- Author: A. F. Tholuck
- Publisher: T & T Clark
- Publication Date: 1842
- Pages: 441
About A. F. Tholuck
A. F. Tholuck was a professor of Theology in the Royal University of Halle, as well as a member of the Asiatic Society of London. He lived during the nineteenth century.