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John Stott, in this new paper edition previously released under the title Romans, joins a chorus of distinguished voices of the church who have pondered and lived the great themes of Romans, and who have tuned our ears to hear its rich harmonies and meditate on its broad vision.
In the classic tradition of great Christian leaders who have commented on Romans, Stott expounds Paul's words, themes and arguments. The power of the gospel, the righteousness of God revealed from heaven, is clearly addressed to today's men and women who have answered its summons.
Not only is Stott deeply acquainted with the text and context of Romans, he is also conversant with the most recent Pauline scholarship. But most important, he views Romans from his own pastoral and missionary perspective, an outlook shaped in turn by the great vision of the apostle. Here is a commentary spanning the two worlds of Romans--Paul's and ours.
Number of Pages: 432
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: 2001
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.5 (inches)|
Series: Bible Speaks Today
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Beverly Austin4 Stars Out Of 5March 7, 2008Beverly AustinThe Message of Romans: The Bible Speaks Today, by John Stott is a great addition to anyone's library. For any lay person reading the Book of Romans, I found it to be very well balanced in its theology and ideas on the Apostle Paul's letter to the Romans.
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Q: which Bible translation is used for the scripture quotations in the BST series?
This commentary uses NIV 1984 and RV 1895 for Apocrypha.