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An Introduction and Commentary
Summary : Jeremiah's life is characterized by suffering, but he points to a new covenant and a new hope. Lamentations powerfully expresses personal and national suffering; yet there are glimpses of hope. Hetty Lalleman opens up these fascinating books for today's readers.
Paul's Letter to the Romans (Apollos)
Colin G. Kruse
Pillar New Testament Commentary
Summary : Romans is arguably the apostle Paul's most important writing. It addresses issues of crucial importance for believers then and now. Kruse's commentary is marked by clarity, independent judgment, reverence for the text, and wise engagement with the vast secondary literature.