The People's Bible Commentary - Romans: A devotional commentary for study and preaching

The People's Bible Commentary - Romans: A devotional commentary for study and preaching

Author : James D G Dunn
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The apostle Paul had not visited the church in Rome when he wrote to them. In doing so, he introduces himself and sets out the gospel message, from the fallen state of humanity to the gift of salvation available through the death, resurrection and Spirit of Jesus Christ.

Title The People's Bible Commentary - Romans: A devotional commentary for study and preaching
Author James D G Dunn
Description

The apostle Paul had not visited the church in Rome when he wrote to them. In doing so, he introduces himself and sets out the gospel message, from the fallen state of humanity to the gift of salvation available through the death, resurrection and Spirit of Jesus Christ.

He explores the consequences of salvation - how new believers should be characterised by freedom from sin and death and by submission to God, and what it means for their life together and for all God's Chosen People.

Details
  • Product code: DOWN0823
  • Published: 16 February 2001
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 208

The apostle Paul had not visited the church in Rome when he wrote to them. In doing so, he introduces himself and sets out the gospel message, from the fallen state of humanity to the gift of salvation available through the death, resurrection and Spirit of Jesus Christ.

He explores the consequences of salvation - how new believers should be characterised by freedom from sin and death and by submission to God, and what it means for their life together and for all God's Chosen People.

James D. G. Dunn is Emeritus Lightfoot Professor of Divinity at Durham University. He is now completing his trilogy, Christianity in the Making (Jesus Remembered, Eerdmans, 2003; Beginning from Jerusalem, 2009). Other recent publications include New Testament Theology (Abingdon, 2009) and Jesus, Paul and the Gospels (Eerdmans, 2010).