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Romans: A Shorter Commentary
C. E. B. Cranfield

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Format: Paperback, 405pp.
ISBN: 9780802800121
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Pub. Date: March 1985

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A nontechnical abridgment of Cranfield's highly acclaimed two-volume commentary on Romans in the International Critical Commentary series. Following a brief introduction, Cranfield provides section-by-section and verse-by-verse commentary on Romans, based on his own translation.

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The original commentary enjoys world-wide acclaim:

"Well worthy to take its place alongside the really great commentaries on Romans."
F.F. Bruce in The Expository Times


"Professor Cranfield has no masters, and few, if any, equals in this generation, as an interpreter of Romans."
R.S. Barbour in Scottish Journal of Theology

 

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C. E. B. Cranfield is one of the best-known New Testament scholars in the world. Professor emeritus of theology at the University of Durham in England, he served as an army chaplain in World War II, as a pastor to prisoners of war, and as a minister before teaching theology for thirty years (1950-1980). He is also the author of well-received commentaries on Mark, Romans, 1 and 2 Peter and Jude.

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Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction
I.The Opening Formula of the Letter
II.Paul and the Roman Church
III.The Theme of the Epistle is Stated
IV.The Revelation of the Righteousness Which Is From God By Faith Alone
V.The Life Promised for Those Who Are Righteous By Faith
VI.The Unbelief of Men and the Faithfulness of God
VII.The Obedience to Which Those Who Are Righteous By Faith Are Called
VIII.Conclusion to the Epistle
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