Corpus ID: 161070204

A commentary on the Epistle to the Romans

@inproceedings{Barrett1958ACO,
  title={A commentary on the Epistle to the Romans},
  author={Christopher B. Barrett},
  year={1958}
}
This thoroughly revised and reset new edition of a popular commentary on a favourite Epistle amends and expands in the light of the scholarship of recent years. It is concerned not only with the questions of the time at which the Epistle was written and the meaning that the workds had for St Paul and the community to whom it was addressed, but also the particular message that the Epistle has for the present day. 
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