Hope for the Nations

Hope for the Nations

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A vigorously argued commentary on Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. Tom Holland asks the reader to rethink familiar passages in fresh ways. Truly biblical and thoroughly theological, this ‘very salient and practical commentary’ digs deeply into current scholarship on the Old Testament roots of Paul’s teaching in a way everyone can understand.

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In this vigorously argued commentary Holland has produced a clearer and simpler reworking of his earlier scholarly work ‘The Divine Marriage’ in order to engage with the less expert audience. In this highly readable analysis, Tom Holland asks the reader to rethink familiar passages in Paul’s Letter to the Romans in fresh ways.

By offering numerous corrections to widespread misunderstandings of Paul, Holland’s examination reveals how numerous false readings of this well-known epistle are controlled by eclectic methodologies that have in varying measure obscured the message of the biblical text. His argument for a corporate reading highlights how the forensic sense of justification should be maintained in the light of the broader covenantal context. Tom Holland’s Hope for the Nations is both truly biblical and thoroughly theological. Holland shows how Romans contributes to our understanding of God’s covenant arrangement with humankind.

This title is also available for download as an Ebook here.

Additional Information

Dimensions 15.2 x 22.9 cm
Format

Hardback, Paperback

Writer

Tom HOLLAND

Language

English

Pages

464

Imprint

Apostolos

Publication Date

9/8/2015