John Murray brings us rich biblical insight, meticulously researched background information, elucidated wisdom, and highly accessible writing in this important work on Romans. The Epistle to the Romans (2 vols.) was a ground-breaking work when first written, and today it is still highly valued for its scholarship. This timeless set is a fantastic addition to the library of any biblical scholar, all pastors, teachers of the Scriptures, and laity. All who wish to glean more from Romans than ever before will find Murray's volume to be the perfect tool for the study of this Pauline epistle.
Romans is a book well-deserving of the two volumes of commentary given it by Murray, who affords it focused and thought-provoking exegesis. Murray's words are more accessible than ever in digital format—scriptural cross-references can be accessed easily, the commentary can be linked to your favorite Bible translations, and the Passage Guide provides dozens of search results at the click of a mouse.
. . . the most beautifully written commentary on the planet.
—John Piper, chancellor, Bethlehem College and Seminary
No one is more able or probably likely to succeed John Murray in explaining God's own glory as the sole cause of redemption.
John Murray, born in 1898, was a Scottish soldier, theologian, and professor. He wrote several important works, including Redemption Accomplished and Applied, Principles of Conduct, and The Imputation of Adam's Sin. Murray died in 1975.