Dan and Jyothy Thomas
- This is the finest commentary on Romans. It is hard to imagine doing any serious study of Romans without consulting this one from the great scholar CEB Cranfield.
- I have the paperback version of this book. It really is top notch. Leon Morris is (was) a superb scholar, knowledgeable but approachable.
- This is a must read book.
- The Logos version is $99.95. The print version is $9.99. Something is out of kilter, here. The book itself is pure gold. I rated it low because of the cost disparity.
- I just read a review of this book and I was left with thinking, "tsk tsk, poor God. All of his plans are constantly frustrated and he has to make new plans and hope people can help him, but they never do. Poor God."
- Old Testament Violence, Israel’s Holy War, and the Genocide of GiantsOne of the hardest things for me to wrap my brain around as a Christian is how a God who defines himself as love (1 John 4:8) and defines the greatest form of love as laying down your life for someone else (John 15:13) could lead Israel on a bloodbath in the Old Testament. Does […]blog.faithlife.com
- This is the best New Testament Survey for people who need a proper grounding in the subjects, people, occupations, places, and things in the New Testament. It gives a good context for understanding and further studies. It is useful for pastoral applications and teaching. Some surveys and introductions focus only on questions of various critical views, authorship questions, date of writing, etc. but have very little useful knowledge to the average pastor. This one is different and gives a good grounding. I can't wait until it comes out in Logos.