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Paul's Letter to the Romans
HARDCOVER; Published: 6/14/2012
ISBN: 978-0-8028-3743-1
669 Pages
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Trim Size, in inches: 6 x 9
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Series: The Pillar New Testament Commentary (PNTC)

PAUL'S LETTER TO THE ROMANS may well be the most influential book in Christian history. In this Romans commentary Colin Kruse shows how Paul expounds the gospel against the background of God's sovereign action as creator, judge, and redeemer of the world. Valuable "additional notes" on important theological themes and difficult texts -- such as Paul's discussion of same-sex relationships, the salvation of "all Israel," and the woman Junia, who was "well known among the apostles" -- further connect Romans to contemporary issues. Throughout his commentary Kruse expertly guides readers through the plethora of interpretations of Romans, providing a reliable exposition of this foundational epistle.

Read a blog post by editor D. A. Carson and excerpts on EerdWord.
Douglas J. Moo
-- Wheaton College
"Among the many commentaries available on Romans today, Colin Kruse's Pillar volume stands out for its combination of academic depth and accessibility."
Craig Blomberg
-- Denver Seminary
"The Pillar New Testament Commentary is the finest up-to-date, mid-range commentary series on the market today. Kruse's volume maintains this high standard, meriting wide usage and a warm reception. Of particular help are numerous short additional notes on key exegetical and theological topics raised by specific passages."
Paul W. Barnett
-- Moore Theological College
"Kruse's Romans will take its place among the best of the best English commentaries on Paul's magisterial epistle."
Steve Walton
-- London School of Theology
"Leads readers through the depths of Paul's central letter lucidly, clearly, and readably. This accessible commentary will be greatly helpful to students, pastors, and teachers."
Brendan Byrne, S.J.
-- Jesuit Theological College
"Imbued with reverence for the Word and the theological depth characteristic of the evangelical tradition, Kruse's Romans is noteworthy for the consideration and respect it accords to the widest possible range of interpretations, from the patristic era to the present day."
James R. Edwards
-- Whitworth University
"Kruse's comprehensive commentary on Paul's supreme theological achievement is an anchor contribution to Pauline studies."
David Instone-Brewer
-- Tyndale House, Cambridge
"A wonderfully erudite and deceptively easy commentary that dodges none of the problems and deals with all the important issues."