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Hardcover Romans: Righteousness from Heaven (Preaching the Word) Book

ISBN: 0891075240

ISBN13: 9780891075240

Romans: Righteousness from Heaven (Preaching the Word)

(Part of the Preaching the Word Series)

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When Sam's crush gives her a confidential lead, she has to decide whether it stays on the record or off. A school statue has been destroyed, and it's up to star reporter Sam Martone to figure out who's responsible. But then Sam's supercrush (and writing partner) Michael Lawrence admits he knows the culprit...and it's his friend...and it was an accident. Sam is shocked--and stumped. Should she keep quiet or report the story?

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There is no doubt R. Kent Hughes has the Spirit working in him through his writings. His commentaries of the Bible have been a big enjoyment and have made the words of the Bible come alive for me, as well as strengthen my Christian faith. I believe anyone who is seeking a better understanding of Christianity, and wants to let the Bible guide you through you're seeking, than you will not be disappointed in any of his books (this one included).

Excellent commentary, even to today's Christians

First, a word of warning. This commentary is actually the first one that I have read completely - cover to cover. I chose to start with this one because I have felt like I never really fully understood the Book of Romans. Luckily Hodge's commentary provided me much needed insight into the text.I particularly liked this commentary because it is complete (offering multiple views on the more difficult passages) without being exhaustive (endless discussions). Also, it is very well written - the precision of the language was much appreciated. Although, I must admit that I had to use my dictionary multiple times to reference some words that are not common in America today.Despite the fact that this commentary was written years ago, it is still very useful to anyone interested in learning more about the Book of Romans. I feel like it truly gave me a step forward in the right direction towards a better understanding of God and His Kingdom.

Hodge's Romans

Just the finest exposition of Romans in print. Charles Hodge was from old Princeton and carried on the covenantal theological tradition of Turretin from Geneva. His exegetical commentary is faithful to the original language, theologically faithful and profound. One of the first books for a theological library. Dr. C. W. Powell, New Geneva Theological Seminary

The definitive reformed commentary of the 19th century

Charles Hodge was one of the foremost reformed theologians of the old conservative Princeton group. A distinguished man of letters and hermeneutic scholar he presents the encyclical of Paul to the church at Rome in a logical and systematic manner with philological references throughout. Dr. Gorden H. Clark considered it to be the definitive work on the epistle.The commentary will be more useful to the advanced student in that it presumes thorough knowledge of Greek, New Testament history and reformed apologetics. Those interested in a less tedious work should consider John Murray's "The Epistle to the Romans" (ISBN: 0802843417).

old wineskins

a stellar commentary which covers all the main [points of Romans.. Proves that the old is not the poorer. Hodge is an old master. Highly recommended..
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