Romans Unlocked - by René López
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|A verse-by-verse commentary on the Book of Romans. Written for the everyday person, this commentary will help you unearth and understand the deep truths of the book of Romans. Anthony T. Evans, Th.D. Senior Pastor Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship|
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A verse-by-verse commentary on the Book of Romans.
Written for the everyday person, this commentary will help you unearth and understand the deep truths of the book of Romans.
Anthony T. Evans, Th.D.
Senior Pastor Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship
López gives fresh, and sometimes challenging, insights and ideas on almost every page. Few of us need another commentary on Romans in our library, but a stimulating one is hard to find.
Gary G. Cohen, Th.D., Litt.D.
One of the translators of the NKJV
Professor of Biblical Studies,
Trinity International University
López’s work is a must have for those wanting a balanced commentary that adheres to context without undue influence from a theological system.
George E. Meisinger, D.Min.
Chafer Theological Seminary
René López has introduced and validated some viewpoints that have been overlooked by recent commentary literature that will challenge the reader to make some theological decisions. This is a book that every serious student of the Bible needs to have in their library.
Fred Chay , Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Theology
& Director of Doctoral Studies
Finally! In this important volume, we now have in print a systematic work on the entire text of the book of Romans that follows Paul’s thought in his categories, as opposed to imposing previous categories from Systematic Theology upon Paul’s thought! René López, a first rate scholar with a pastor’s heart has written a commentary that is not only accurate exegetically, it also maintains an exquisite balance between analysis and synthesis which allows the reader to understand Romans at both a micro and a macro level. While René interacts with the major scholarly literature on Romans throughout this volume, his commentary flows nicely and is a joy to read. This volume has instantly become the first reference work I will go to whenever I interact with the text of Romans. I highly recommend it to others both scholars and laymen.
Brad McCoy, Ph.D.
Pastor of Tanglewood Bible Fellowship
Adjunct Professor Cameron University
Adjunct Professor: Messiah Evangelical Seminary
Visiting Professor: Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary
This is the first commentary I have seen that is consistent in its theme and its treatment of the gospel and the Christian life. René López has made a unique and useful contribution that must be in the library of everyone.
Charlie C. Bing, Ph.D., Pastor/Executive
Director of Grace Life Ministries
If you like to dig deep and want a good commentary on Romans from a dispensational, free grace perspective, this work by René López is for you. He deals with critical passa ges with precision, but he doesn't wear you out with options. He has a nice balance between synthesis and analysis. Well done.
David R. Anderson, Ph.D.
Grace School of Theology
Senior Pastor of Faith Community Church
A serious layman will profit greatly by studying the Epistle to the Romans under the author’s guidance of this volume. It is highly recommended as the basis for an in depth study.
J. Dwight Pentecost, Th.D., Distinguished Professor emeritusin Bible Exposition
Dallas Theological Seminary
René López has produced a much needed and wonderfully written commentary on this key book of the New Testament…. I heartily recommend this new work.
Joseph C. Dillow, Ph.D., President
Biblical Education by Extension
This new work is biblically and exegetically sound.
Stephen R. Lewis, Ph.D., President
Rocky Mountain Bible College & Seminary
This concise commentary on the book of Romans will prove to be a helpful tool for pastors and any serious student of Scripture.
Ed Glasscock, Th.D. Assoc. Professor of Greek and
New Testament & acting Director for Post-Graduate Studies,
Central Baptist Theological Seminary
Breaking from the interpretive status quo that views Romans as a treatise on justification, René López has introduced us to Paul’s Epistle to the Christians in Rome as a treatise on the sanctified life, for believers both new and mature, including the warning that those who are exempted from God’s final wrath may taste His present wrath if they fail to live obediently by faith. He shows us that a free-grace understanding of the gospel does not lead to antinomianism as some of its opponents accuse, but includes a clear description of the believer’s responsibility to obey, and accountability before, our righteous God who is both just and justifier of those who come to Him by faith alone in Christ alone.
Gary W. Derickson, Ph.D.
Professor of Biblical Studies,
Western Baptist College
Associate Professor of Biblical Studies,
Oregon Theological Seminary
One of the more misunderstood books in the Bible is the Book of Romans. René López does an excellent job of explaining the power of the gospel for the Christian life. If you are interested in growing as a Christian, this book is for you.
Robert N. Wilkin, Ph.D.
Grace Evangelical Society