Book, 2004, 463 pp
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This commentary on Romans is a rich gift to the contemporary church, its lay leaders, pastors, and scholars. John E. Toews gives new eyes for readers to see what the central message of Romans really is.
"I have waited a long time for this commentary! Until now, few commentaries have thoroughly embraced the emerging paradigm which seeks to read Romans in its original historical and social context. Even less has percolated into the life of the church at large. John E. Toews' commentary fills that gap." --Reta Halteman Finger, author of Paul and the Roman House Churches

"In the believers' church the book of Romans has always held a central place. Toews makes it possible for all thinking Christians to understand Romans. That strange warming of the heart, renewal of the mind, empowering of the will, and obedient faith all come together in this book. The interpreters of the believers' church have come of age.” -- William Klassen, University of Waterloo, Ontario

GenreBible Commentary
ExpressionGeneral Writing/Recording
AudienceAdults, Leaders
PublisherHerald Press

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