Romans
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Romans  -     By: Daniel M. Doriani

Romans

P & R Publishing / 2021 / Hardcover

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Daniel M. Doriani offers a verse-by-verse commentary for Paul's inspiring letter on Christian life and salvation. His work provides biblical, cultural, and historical context chapter by chapter, as well as structural analysis and theological explanations, touching on the apostle's wider themes of unity, righteousness, justification, and faith. Personal and corporate applications are included.

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Title: Romans
By: Daniel M. Doriani
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 464
Vendor: P & R Publishing
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds 2 ounces
ISBN: 1629955043
ISBN-13: 9781629955049
Series: Reformed Expository Commentary
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Publisher's Description

Drawing from the great doctrinal heritage of the Reformed faith, Dan Doriani brings clarity and unique insight to the many practical lessons on Christian living and salvation found in book of Romans. With verse by verse commentary, Doriani examines Paul’s message to the early church in Rome in detail, providing readers with historical, cultural, and biblical context for each chapter, along with structural analysis and theological lessons. This comprehensive commentary explores the core of Pauline theology, touching on themes of righteousness, church unity, justification, and the application of faith in our daily lives. As the newest addition to the Reformed Expository Commentary series, this book will teach and encourage all readers and inspire pastors in their own expository preaching ministry. An experienced pastor and theological scholar, Doriani includes personal and corporate applications that are helpful for church teachers, students, and professors alike.

Author Bio

Daniel M. Doriani (MDiv, PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary; STM, Yale Divinity School; Research Fellow, Yale University) is professor of theology and vice president at Covenant Theological Seminary. He is the founder and president of the Center for Faith & Work, St. Louis; a member of the Council of The Gospel Coalition; and a regular blogger. He was also a lead pastor for fifteen years.

Editorial Reviews

Dan Doriani’s Romans blends exegetical insight, theological soundness, pastoral passion, and homiletical vividness. Doriani shows us how Paul’s magisterial epistle of the gospel of God’s grace addresses issues raised by biblical scholars (the New Perspective) and practical challenges confronting all Christians (the connection between our once-for-all justification and the lifelong progress of our sanctification). Preachers, theological students, and other thoughtful believers who long to live in the joy and power of their union with Christ will profoundly benefit from this commentary. -- Dennis E. Johnson, Professor Emeritus of Practical Theology, Westminster Seminary California

What a wonderful commentary. Many want to preach Romans; in fact, it may be the most important book in the entire Bible. Yet it is also hard to preach so that the sermon doesn’t sound like a theological lecture but rather touches the lives of the listeners. This commentary can help greatly. It is full of exegetical insights, homiletical examples, and other helps. This is a preacher’s commentary. -- Paul Kooistra, retired President, Covenant Seminary, Mission to the World, Erskine College and Seminary

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