Richard Longenecker – Romans – New International Greek Testament Commentaries

Romans commentary by Richard LongeneckerRichard Longenecker is the author of the Romans volume in the New International Greek Testament Commentary series.

Thomas R. Schreiner writes, “All the virtues of Longenecker’s work are evident here: in-depth exegesis, careful evaluation of the literary and historical setting of the letter, and consideration of the letter’s message for readers today. Interpreters of Romans are indebted to Longenecker and will want to consult his work regularly.”

The Review of Biblical Literature noted, “For its careful attention to the text, summaries of key exegetical debates of the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, theological connections, attempts to contextualize Paul’s letter, and emphasis on 5:1–8:39 as Paul’s contribution to the Roman churches, this is a valuable commentary. It will be a solid, useful resource for students of Romans for years to come.”

Bibliotheca Sacra described it as “a very good commentary and will take its place among the most consulted Romans commentaries available in English.”

Commentary Overview

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Volume Overview

Series: New International Greek Testament Commentary (NIGTC)
Hardcover: 1004 pages
Publisher: Eerdmans (April 22, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 080282448X
ISBN-13: 978-0802824486

This highly anticipated commentary on the Greek text of Romans by veteran New Testament scholar Richard Longenecker provides solid scholarship and innovative solutions to long-standing interpretive problems.

Critical, exegetical, and constructive, yet pastoral in its application, Longenecker’s monumental work on Romans sets a course for the future that will promote a better understanding of this most famous of Paul’s letters and a more relevant contextualization of its message.