The Epistle to the Romans
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 14. jul. 2018 - 736 sider
Careful scholarship and spiritual insight characterize this enduring commentary by John Murray on Romans, first published in 1959 as part of the New International Commentary on the New Testament series.
After a brief introduction to the authorship, occasion, setting, and message of the epistle, Murray provides a verse-by-verse exposition of Romans that is deeply penetrating in its elucidation of the text. In ten appendices he gives special attention to select themes and scholarly debates—the meaning of justification, Isaiah 53:11 in relation to Romans, Karl Barth on Romans 5, the interpretation of the “weak brother” in Romans 14, and more.
Murray’s classic commentary on Romans in this new edition will continue to be valuable to pastors, students, and scholars everywhere.
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... have been put to death to the law by the body of Christ (7:4), we have died to sin. Furthermore, by union with Christ we have come under the reign of grace and sin can no longer exercise the dominion (6:14). This is the basis and.
John Murray. longer exercise the dominion (6:14). This is the basis and assurance of sanctification. Christ died for us—this is our justification. But if he died for us, we also died with him—this is the guarantee of sanctification ...
... exercise of the mediatorial lordship which he executes as head over all things to his body, the church. It is in this same resurrection context and with allusion to Christ's resurrection endowment that the apostle says, “The last Adam.
... exercises all authority in heaven and in earth. The historical and the official, commitment and achievement, humiliation and exaltation are all signalized in the series of titles by which the Son of God is hereby designated. 5 The ...
... exercise of a particular function or office (cf. 12:6; I Cor. 3:10; II Cor. 1:15; 8:6, 7, 19; Gal. 2:9; Eph. 3:8; 4:7; see also I Cor. 16:3 and possibly Rom. 15:15; II Cor. 8:1). The closest parallel in construction to “grace and ...