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A Commentary on Romans 9–16
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A Commentary on Romans 9–16


Northwestern Publishing House 2014

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This book is an in-depth commentary on the Greek text of Romans 9–16. By avoiding modern translations and secondary literature, author David P. Kuske gives readers a clearer understanding of the original text. His exegesis examines every word in context and dissects the meaning of each verse as it relates to the overall epistle. The book also discusses the author, date, occasion, recipients, and purpose behind this important section of Scripture. Finally, Kuske gives the reader an accurate summation of each chapter and offers practical application for Lutherans today. This commentary is a valuable tool for seminary students or for pastors in preparation for sermons or Bible classes on Romans.

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Looking for more Lutheran theology? Check out the Works of Martin Luther with Introductions and Notes.

Key Features

  • Contains insight on the text from within the Lutheran Tradition
  • Utilizes interpretation from within the letter itself
  • Describes the purpose and audience to provide context

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About David Kuske

David P. Kuske served congregations in northern and western Wisconsin in the 1960s and was principal at two Lutheran high schools in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He taught at the Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary for 30 years, and since his retirement in 2003 has been serving congregations in various parts of Wisconsin. He is the author of Thessalonians in the The People’s Bible.

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