The Letter to the Romans

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William Barclay
Westminster Press, 1975 - Religion - 222 pages
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In The Letter to the Romans, noted Scottish Bible interpreter William Barclay follows the formula of The Daily Study Bible by first giving the text for the day's study in his own translation, followed by two or three pages of commentary.

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User Review  - RubislawLibrary - LibraryThing

Barclay's ‘The Daily Study Bible' has been cherished by millions throughout the world, and his style and popular appeal are renowned. His language and method are never academic, but always full of ... Read full review

This work is clear and concise, to the point.

User Review  - Richard Campbell - Christianbook.com

I have enjoyed William Barclay's work particularly on the letters of St. Paul over the years. I feel , however, that I must withhold my "excellent" rating in all categories other than the quality of ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction to the Letter to the Romans
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Copyright

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About the author (1975)

Barclay was a Theologian, religious writer, and broadcaster. He studied at the universities of Glasgow and Marburg, and was ordained in the Church of Scotland in 1933. In 1968 he published his own translation of the New Testament.

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