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|Named Person:||Paulus (Apostel).|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
C E B Cranfield; W Sanday
|ISBN:||0567050408 9780567050403 0567050416 9780567050410|
|Notes:||Half-title: The Epistle to the Romans; spine title: Romans.
First-5th ed. by W. Sanday.
Includes the text of the Epistle.
|Description:||2 volumes (xxvii, 927 pages) ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Vol 1. Introduction --
Authenticity and integrity --
Date and place of writing --
The church in Rome --
Occasion and purpose --
Language and style --
History of exegesis --
Superscription, address and salutation (1:1-7) --
Paul and the Roman church (1:8-16a) --
The theme of the epistle is stated (1:16b-17) --
The revelation of the righteousness which is from God by faith alone--'he who is righteous by faith' expounded (1:18--4:25) --
The life promised for those who are righteous by faith--'shall live' expounded (5:1--8:39) --
The unbelief of men and the faithfulness of God (9:1--11:36) --
The obedience to which those who are righteous by faith are called (12:1--15:13) --
Conclusion to the epistle (15:4--16:27) --
Essay 1. Paul's purpose or purposes in writing Romans --
Essay 2. Concluding remarks on some aspects of the theology of Romans.
|Series Title:||International critical commentary on the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, v. 24A.|
|Other Titles:||Epistle to the Romans
|Responsibility:||by C.E.B. Cranfield.|