Formerly published as a four-volume set by Eerdmans, CBD now brings Barnhouse’s classic commentary Romans back to life in this handsome two-volume set. Using his own translation, Barnhouse provides a comprehensive exegetical treatment of Paul’s letter to the Romans that is renowned for its depth of insight, yet highly accessible to all readers. Though a respected scholar, [...]
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Commentary collectors are an interesting sort. They’re not like other book owners. One might even describe them as the “introverts” of book lovers. Many avid readers build their libraries as a pastiche, and rightly pride themselves on the cosmopolitan character of their library. But habitual commentary readers value depth and pride themselves on an unrelenting concentration [...]
Students of the New Testament have long valued Eerdmans’ NIGTC commentary series, but its completion has been in doubt for some time. Concerns about the survival of the series can now be safely laid to rest, as Eerdmans plans to publish a volume on Romans by Richard Longenecker in the near future. As a prolegomena [...]
With Peter T. O’Brien’s new contribution to the Pillar series, The Letter to the Hebrews, I think it is time to give credit to where it is due. I believe the Pillar New Testament Commentary series is now the best commentary on the market. But before we proceed, a brief caveat. I recognize that it [...]
Romans The book of Romans continues to be one of the most significant documents in world history. It is the inspiration and foundation of many of the church’s most profound theological works and doctrinal beliefs. I, the Academia Nut, immediately think of Luther’s Commentary on Romans and how his “discovery” of “justification by faith” quite [...]