C. H. Terrot’s study on Romans Romans (In Greek) With Introduction, Paraphrase, and Notes is rich with original Greek text and English paraphrase, and also contains an extensive introduction, outlining this well-loved and much-studied Pauline epistle.
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- Includes ample exposition on key concepts found in Romans
- Contains a rich introduction with a wealth of preliminary information
- Provides both the Greek and English text
- Of the Necessity for Gratuitous Justification
- Of the Connection of Gratuitous Justification with Faith
- The Salvation of Believing Gentiles, and the Condemnation of Unbelieving Jews, Consistent with the Law, Prophets, and the Past Experience of the Jewish Nation
- Of Practical Morality
- Title: Romans (In Greek) With Introduction, Paraphrase, and Notes
- Author: C. H. Terrot
- Publisher: J. Hatchard and Son
- Publication Date: 1828
- Pages: 312
About C. H. Terrot
C. H. Terrot, a fellow of Trinity College at Cambridge, was a biblical scholar from the nineteenth century.