Romans 9-16: The MacArthur New Testament Commentary - eBook
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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Moody Publishing
Publication Date: 1994
Availability: In Stock
Series: MacArthur New Testament Commentary
Michael Klotz5 Stars Out Of 5September 29, 2010Michael KlotzI have several commentaries from MacAuthur and his insight and clear language make this a must have series. This is definately a resource I will come back to again and again for personal study, teaching and preaching.
Community Of Faith Christian School5 Stars Out Of 5July 24, 2010Community Of Faith Christian SchoolThis is an excellent commentary on the book of Romans -- the best I have found on the subject.
Starla Hamilton4 Stars Out Of 5September 29, 2007Starla HamiltonThis Commentary is very easy to read and comprehensive. MacArthur is biblically sound. He does not delve into his own thought processes but sticks to scripture. He also lists supporting scripture. The only thing I would be negative about is that at times he will jump ahead in his commentary and then have to back track. This is difficult when you are taking notes on a verse by verse basis. Thank you!