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Moody Publishers Romans 9-16: The MacArthur New Testament Commentary

A staunch defender of the faith, MacArthur isn't afraid to delve into the heart of it all. In his newest exposition, he tackles some of the most problematical sections of Romans---from the tragic unbelief of Israel, to the ministry of spiritual gifts, to the unveiling of God's plan for his people. You'll find clear outlines, a bibliography, and indexes of Scripture, subjects, and Greek words. Because MacArthur avoids burdening you with too many linguistic and technical details, you can easily focus on the major doctrines of each passage and how they relate to the rest of Scripture---and to your daily life. 496 pages, hardcover from Moody.
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Review 1 for Romans 9-16: The MacArthur New Testament Commentary
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Date:September 29, 2010
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Michael Klotz
I have several commentaries from MacAuthur and his insight and clear language make this a must have series. This is definately a resource I will come back to again and again for personal study, teaching and preaching.
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Date:July 24, 2010
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Community Of Faith Christian School
This is an excellent commentary on the book of Romans -- the best I have found on the subject.
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Date:September 29, 2007
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Starla Hamilton
This Commentary is very easy to read and comprehensive. MacArthur is biblically sound. He does not delve into his own thought processes but sticks to scripture. He also lists supporting scripture. The only thing I would be negative about is that at times he will jump ahead in his commentary and then have to back track. This is difficult when you are taking notes on a verse by verse basis. Thank you!
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