Martin H. Franzmann, a well-respected Lutheran theologian and co-author of the Concordia Self-Study Commentary, firects this narrative interpretation of Romans to those who are "looking for something less technical and more devotional" that customary studies. This work is presented in a readable, non-technical style with verse by verse interpretation of the historical and theological setting.
The late Dr. Franzmann served as chairman of the Department of Exegetical Theology at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo., and Tutor of the Westfield House of Theological Studies, Cambridge, England and was a noted poet, hymn writer and author.
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