Book Review: Romans, 2nd ed. (BECNT), Tom Schreiner


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Tom Schreiner Romans second edition book review

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The Baker Exegetical Commentary series aims to be both readable while paying careful attention to important Greek exegetical matters. Each volume is written with pastors and teachers in mind so they can teach God’s uniquely inspired word. Tom Schreiner is the James Buchanan Harrison Professor of NT Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology (1997) and the Associate Dean of the School of Theology at SBTS. Schreiner has been a NT and Pauline scholar for almost 40 years now. His first volume was published in 1998, and has been a massive help for many who have studied, taught, and preached through Romans.

Schreiner’s commentary is attuned to understanding Paul’s flow of thought, which is very important to understand anything Paul says in any of his letters. No verse is an island, and each…

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One thought on “Book Review: Romans, 2nd ed. (BECNT), Tom Schreiner

  1. What I wrote: “Man…I’m working through his first edition and now there’s an update second edition. I am glad to see where he lands concerning Romans 1:16 with the historic classic Protestant view”

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