Romans: the revelation of God's righteousness

Paul Barnett

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Dale Leschert has written: "Paul's epistle to the Romans may possibly be the most influential letter ever written. Apart from its immediate impact upon the first century, it has indirectly altered the direction of the church and secular history through its instrumentality in the conversion of several of Christianity's most outstanding leaders." Augustine, Luther and Wesley are amongst those who relate their trust in Christ to this book. Romans is all about the revelation of God's righteousness in freely offering salvation to all people through faith. Written about AD 56 or 57 in Corinth whilst he was on his way to Jerusalem, Romans historically fits into the book of Acts near the end of Paul's third missionary journey. This commentary is presented in a Readable, Reliable and Relevant way.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationFearn, Scotland
PublisherChristian Focus
ISBN (Print)1857927273
Publication statusPublished - 2003

Publication series

NameFocus on the Bible
PublisherChristian Focus


  • Bible. N.T. Romans--Commentaries


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