Paul's Letter to the Romans - Volume 2 (L'épître de Paul aux Romains - Tome 2)
The community to which the apostle Paul addresses is torn - like the Christian of the twenty-first century - between on the one hand the force of attraction of the world delivered to itself as well as of the false prophets who have infiltrated the church and on the other hand the difficulty of being faithful to the will of God to apply it in all areas of personal, community and societal life.
It is in this second volume of the Epistle to the Romans, that Professor Bénétreau comments on the richness of chapters 9 to 16, namely mercy for all and the fidelity and justice of God (chap 9 to 11), the Christian in the service of justice in the church and in society (chap. 12 to 15), to finish with the epilogue and the doxology in chap. 16.
Author: Samuel Bénétreau
Collection: Evangelical Commentary on the Bible 2
Weight: 350 g
Publication date: 2009
Dimensions: 13.5 x 21 cm