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Romans (IVP New Testament Commentary) ePub download

by Dr. Grant R. Osborne Ph.D.

  • Author: Dr. Grant R. Osborne Ph.D.
  • ISBN: 0830840060
  • ISBN13: 978-0830840069
  • ePub: 1651 kb | FB2: 1289 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Bible Study & Reference
  • Publisher: IVP Academic (May 25, 2010)
  • Pages: 447
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 162
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Romans (IVP New Testament Commentary) ePub download

Grant R. Osborne (P. University of Aberdeen) is professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.

Grant R. Osborne (July 7, 1942 – November 4, 2018) was an American theologian and New Testament scholar. He was Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Osborne had degrees from Fort Wayne Bible College, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and the University of Aberdeen. Osborne specialised in biblical hermeneutics.

Few individual books of the Bible have changed the course of church history the way Paul's letter to the Romans has. Whether one thinks of Augustine's conversion in the fourth century, Luther's recovery of justification by faith in the sixteenth or Barth's challenge to recover theological exegesis of the Bible in the twentieth, Romans has been the catalyst to personal spiritual renewal and the recapturing of gospel basics.

He was Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

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Few individual books of the Bible have changed the course of church history the way Paul's letter to the Romans has. Whether one thinks of Augustine's conversion in the fourth century, Luther's recovery of justification by faith in the sixteenth or Barth's challenge to recover theological exegesis of the Bible in the twentieth, Romans has been the catalyst to personal spiritual renewal and the recapturing of gospel basics. Paul, in seeking to bring unity and understanding between Jews and Gentiles in Rome, sets forth in Romans his most profound explication of the gospel and its meaning for the church. The letter's relevance is as great today as it was in the first century. Throughout this commentary, Grant R. Osborne explains what the letter meant to its original hearers and its application for us today.
OTANO
Good read for any Bible reader
Delari
very deep to read
Haracetys
A very large book, however the interpretations are good
Reighbyra
good
Sirara
No other book of the Bible provides so complete a treatise on the gospel as Romans. For that reason, it has been at the center of personal and corporate spiritual awakening since its writing. Some of the greatest minds in Christianity have produced commentaries on it. Is there really need for another? That was Grant R. Osborne's question.

Osborne, who tackles Romans as part of the IVP New Testament Commentary Series (of which he is also the series editor) sought to find the balance between commentaries that are too technical for most pastors and laypersons and those that are too shallow and miss the meaning of the text. I think that he succeeded.

This commentary would be a helpful resource for anybody preaching through Romans or studying the book in their own personal life. Although I do believe the pastor would get more out of it than the average layperson. Even though it's not overly technical, it still leans more toward the academic side of Romans than the personal application side. (see full review at christianresourcereview.com)
Lilegha
I bought this commentary because Osborne is an Arminian and I'm doing a presentation on Romans 9 (I'm a student at Moody Bible Institute). His explanation of Romans 9 is extremely well articulated and expressed excellently. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is because it isn't technical enough for my liking, but readability is the goal of the IVP NT series, not overwhelming technicality.
Qucid
This is an excellent commentary of Romans. Osborne interacts well with the Calvinistic perspective and makes a good exegetical defense of the Arminian perspective against Calvinism.
From the back of the book:

In this careful study of Romans, readers will find an introduction that sets the letter in context and surveys its general content, highlighting issues surrounding its authorship, date, occasion, and purpose. Passage-by-passage commentary follows that explains what the letter means for today and what it meant for its original hearers.
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