Part of the New International Biblical Commentary New Testament series
Martin Luther called Romans the clearest gospel of all.
But centuries of interpretive tradition and dogma have muddied the waters!
Edwards's careful exposition pays attention to literary detail and historical context to clarify the epistles significance for its original readers and for the church today.
The NIBC format (section-by-section exposition of the NIV, all Greek transliterated, and separate textual and technical notes) make this commentary ideal for laypeople and pastors. "James Edwards ... has written the commentary I have been looking for: an exposition of the English text of Romans that takes account of the latest scholarship, refuses to duck the tough theological questions that keep popping up in Romans, and communicates in uncluttered English and effective illustrations... ." -Critical Review of Books in Religion