Released in the UK September 2023
Released in the US September 2023
Royale Hardback 234 X 156 | 448 Pages
9781527110120 • £29.99 $39.99
BISAC – REL006810
The book of Romans is rich in doctrinal truth. Rob Ventura mines these truths and offers quick, accessible, expository nuggets for preachers and teachers. Taking a Reformed view, Ventura helps pastors prepare sermons that will allow congregations to dig deep into this excellent book. Readers are aided on their journey by some of church history’s finest, including Luther, Calvin, Spurgeon, and Lloyd Jones.
Rob Ventura (MDiv, Reformed Baptist Seminary) is one of the pastors of Grace Community Baptist Church of North Providence, Rhode Island. He is a co–author of ‘A Portrait of Paul’ and ‘Spiritual Warfare’, and is the general editor of ‘Going Beyond the Five Points’, ‘Lectures in Systematic Theology’ and ‘A New Exposition of the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689’. He has also contributed articles to journals, periodicals, and ‘The Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible’.
… this well–organized study models how to think through Romans from the ground up. It will aid preachers and teachers in grasping both the stately trees (verses) and magnificent forest (the whole epistle) of the sublime gospel presentation called Romans.
Robert W. Yarbrough
Professor of New Testament, Covenant Theological Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri
… its deep insights and simplicity make it useful to all believers—the seasoned expositor, the Sunday school teacher, the parent leading family devotions, and the recent convert.
Founder and Missions Director, Heart Cry Ministry, Radford, Virginia
This commentary is carefully outlined with helpful exegetical comments along with theological reflection. It especially stands out for its focus on application and for quotes from luminaries from the past.
Thomas R. Schreiner
James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Associate Dean, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky
His diligent research covering the long history of the interpretation of Romans and his own discerning reading of the text will be a most welcome resource for pastors. I highly recommend it.
David E. Garland
Professor of Christian Scriptures, George W. Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University, Waco, Texas