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C. K. Barrett
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Each book in the series includes: an insightful introduction to the important historical, literary, and theological issues .

K. Barrett's exegetical prowess, evidenced most distinctly in his volumes on the First and Second Epistles to the Corinthians, also in the Black's series, has long been appreciated in the world of biblical studies.

Bibliographic Details. Title: The Epistle to the Romans: Harper's New. Publisher: Harper Publication Date: 2004 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Good. AbeBooks offers millions of new, used, rare and out-of-print books, as well as cheap textbooks from thousands of booksellers around the world.

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C. K. Barrett (1917-2011) was professor of divinity at Durham University for twenty-five years and was a fellow of the British Academy for fifty years.

Barrett, C. (1947). The Holy Spirit and the Gospel tradition. London: A. & C. Black. The Pastoral Epistles in the New English Bible. Reading Through Romans.

Study on the book of Romans in the Bible 294 p. Index of Greek Words and Phrases Discussed. Index of Names and Subjects. Harper's New Testament Commentaries series.
  • Endieyab
More than pleased
  • Gozragore
Barrett's is a short, clear exposition of Romans that is both stimulating and enjoyable to read. The scholarship is good and adds explanations that I found helpful in opening often convincing new areas of understanding of Paul's theology. I would recommend it to any reader with limited time or to quickly supplement larger studies. --Charles Butler
  • Bolanim
One of the best commentaries on Romans I have read.
  • White gold
Lenski is a master of interpreting the Greek. This commentary is written in an easy to read style. Very in depth and insightful.
  • Buzatus
Charles Kingsley Barrett, key Anglican theologian of the twentieth century, is one of the most important Paul-scholars around. His commentary on Romans is short (compare Moo's 1000+ pager) and easily accessible and rewarding to beginners and long-time students alike. In his attempt to make Paul's theology accessible to all readers, Barrett sometimes opts for a less-than-full-orbed exegesis of the text. This is particularly evident in his translation. There are moments--some of which can last for several pages--when Barrett takes his readers right to the heart of the Apostle's mind and heart and lays bare the genius that has inspired and confounded great thinkers of Christendom for ages. Attributing his gratitude to Luther, Barth, and Nygren; Barrett draws from a wealth of historic knowledge from several different traditions, adding his own penetrating insights at some of the most crucial points in the epistle. His exposition of chapter one is worth the cost of the book.