Thirty-two volumes make up this engaging collection on the book of Romans. Arguably the most doctrinally rich Pauline epistle, Romans is discussed by an astonishing 28 theologians and biblical scholars in this collection of commentaries and studies. Infused with insight, wisdom, and critical exegesis, Classic Commentaries and Studies on Romans (32 Vols.) will prove to be invaluable for pastors, professors, Sunday school teachers, students, and laity. Written at a time of new archaeological discoveries and new ways of understanding the biblical text, these books are cited in major commentaries on Romans written today. All who read the words from these theological writers will come away with a greater understanding of the doctrinal truths and practical instruction found in Romans.
Over 14,000 pages of instruction and application make up this remarkable collection, composed of commentary from scholarly greats such as H. P. Liddon, E. Purdue, and Thomas Robinson. The collection demonstrates a comprehensive spectrum of interpretation of Romans, and includes outlines, verse-by-verse exegesis, historical facts, doctrinal truths, word studies, commentaries, and study notes.
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