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Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans (2 vols.)

by Godet, Frédéric Louis, Cusin, A.

T&T Clark 1890

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Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans (2 vols.)
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Overview

Frédéric Louis Godet brings thoughtful Christian scholarship to bear on the book of Romans. In his Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans, Godet's exposition is as exegetical as it is theological. He not only critically examines the original text, but also discusses the key doctrines in relation to both the entire book of Romans and the rest of Scripture. He approaches Romans from the perspective of a theologian, and with the eye of a textual critic.

Frédéric Louis Godet brings thoughtful Christian scholarship to bear on the book of Romans. In his Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, Godet’s exposition is as exegetical as it is theological. He not only critically examines the original text, but also discusses the key doctrines in relation to both the entire book of Romans and the rest of Scripture. He approaches Romans from the perspective of a theologian, and with the eye of a textual critic.

Praise for the Print Edition

[Frédéric Louis Godet] has many qualifications for his work. One of the most needful exists in an eminent degree—a hearty sympathy with the book he is expounding. He does not approach it from the outside, but the inside, having a heartfelt experience of the power of the blessedness of its truths.

—Talbot W. Chambers

Product Details

  • Title: Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans
  • Author: Frédéric Louis Godet
  • Translator: Rev. A. Cusin
  • Publisher: T & T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1881
  • Volume 1: 446 pages
  • Volume 2: 434 pages

About Frédéric Louis Godet

Frédéric Louis Godet was a Swiss Protestant theologian and New Testament scholar.

Born at Neuchatel in 1812, and educated there and at Bonn and Berlin, Godet served from 1838 to 1844 as tutor to Crown Prince (later King) Frederick Wilhelm III of Prussia. He served as supply preacher in the Val-de-Ruy from 1844 to 1851, and as pastor at Neuchatel from 1851 to 1866. Between 1851 and 1873 he was also professor of exegetical and critical theology in Neuchatel. From 1873 to 1887 he was professor of New Testament exegesis at the newly established Free Evangelical Faculty, which he helped to found.

Godet did much to interpret German theological thought to French-speaking Protestants, and the English translations of his works made him influential in international New Testament scholarship.

Frédéric Louis Godet died in 1900.

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