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The letter to the Romans, Douglas J. Moo

Label
The letter to the Romans
Title
The letter to the Romans
Statement of responsibility
Douglas J. Moo
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Moo, Douglas J
Index
index present
LC call number
BS2665.53
LC item number
.M67 2018
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The new international commentary on the New Testament
Label
The letter to the Romans, Douglas J. Moo
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
List of Excursuses -- Editor's Preface -- Editor's Preface to the First Edition -- Author's Preface -- Author's Preface to the First Edition -- Abbreviations -- Bibliography -- Introduction -- I. General circumstances -- A. Paul -- B. The Christian Community in Rome -- II. Integrity, literary history, and text -- III. Audience -- IV. Nature and genre -- V. Purpose -- A. Focusing on Paul's Circumstances -- 1. Spain -- 2. Corinth/Galatia -- 3. Jerusalem -- B. Focusing on Problems in Rome -- VI. Theme -- A. The Theological Starting Point -- B. The Conceptual Framework -- C. The Theme -- VII. Text and translation -- A. Papyri -- B. Uncials -- C. Minuscules -- VIII. Structure -- IX. Analysis of Romans -- text and commentary -- I. The letter opening (1:1-17) -- A. Prescript (1:1-17) -- B. Thanksgiving and Occasion: Paul and the Romans (1:8-15) -- C. The Theme of the Letter (1:16-17) -- II. The heart of the gospel: Justification by faith (1:18-4:25) -- A. The Universal Reign of Sin (1:18-3:20) -- 1. All Persons Are Accountable to God for Sin (1:18-32) -- 2. Jews Are Accountable to God for Sin (2:1-3:8) -- a. The Jews and the Judgment of God (2:1-16) -- i. Critique of Jewish Presumption (2:1-5) -- ii. The Impartiality of Judgment (2:6-11) -- iii. Judgment and the Law (2:12-16) -- b. The Limitations of the Covenant (2:17-29) -- i. The Law (2:17 -24) -- ii. Circumcision (2:25-29) --c. God's Faithfulness and the Judgment of Jews (3:1-8) -- 3. The Guilt of All Humanity (3:9-20) -- B. Justification by Faith (3:21-4:25) -- 1. Justification and the righteousness of God (3:21-26) -- 2. "By Faith Alone" (3:27-4:25) -- a. "By Faith Alone": Initial Statement (3:27-31) -- b. "By Faith Alone": Elaboration with Respect to Abraham (4:1-25) -- i. Faith and Works (4:1-8) -- ii. Faith and Circumcision (4:9-12) -- iii. Faith, Promise, and the Law (4:13-22) -- iv. The Faith of Abraham and the Faith of the Christian (4:23-25) -- III. The assurance provided by the gospel: the hope of salvation (5:1-8:39) -- A. The Hope of Glory (5:1-8:39) -- 1. From Justification to Salvation (5:1-21) -- 2. The Reign of Grace and Life (5:12-21) -- B. Freedom from Bondage to Sin (6:1-23) -- 1. "Dead to Sin" Through Union with Christ (6:1-14) -- 2. Freed from Sin's Power to Serve Righteousness (6:15-23) -- C. Freedom from Bondage to the Law (7:1-25) -- 1. Released from the Law, Joined to Christ (7:1-6) -- 2. The History and Experience of Israel under the Law (7:7-25) -- a. The Coming of the Law (7:7-12) -- b. Life under the Law (7:13-25) -- D. Assurance of Eternal Life in the Spirit (8:1-30) -- 1. the Spirit of Life (8:1-13) -- 2. The Spirit of Adoption (8:14-17) -- 3. The Spirit of Glory (8:18-30) -- E. The Believer's Security Celebrated (8:31-39) -- IV: The defense of the gospel: the problem of israel (9:1-11:36) -- A. Introduction: The Tension between God's Promises and Israel's Plight (9:1-5) -- B. Defining the Promise (1): God's Sovereign Election (9:6-29) -- 1. The Israel within Israel (9:6-13) -- 2. Objections Answered: The Freedom and Purpose of God (9:14-23) -- 3. God's Calling of a New People: Israel and the Gentiles (9:24-29) -- C. Understanding Israel's Plight: Christ as the Climax of Salvation History (9:30-10:21) -- 1. Israel, the Gentiles, and the Righteousness of God (9:30-10:13) -- a. The Righteousness of God and the "Law of Righteousness" (9:30-33) --b. The Righteousness of God and "Their Own Righteousness" (10:1-4) -- c. Gospel and Law -- 2. Israel's Accountability (10:14-21) -- D. Transitional Summary: Israel, the "Elect," and the "Hardened" (11:1-10) -- E. Defining the Promise (2): The Future of Israel (11:11-32) -- 1. God's Purpose in Israel's Rejection (11:11-15) -- 2. The Interrelationship of Jews and Gentiles: A Warning to Gentile Believers (11:16-24) -- 3. The Salvation of "All Israel" -- F. Conclusion: Praise to God in Light of His Awesone Plan (11:33-36) -- V. The transforming power of the gospel: christian conduct (12:1-15:13) -- A. The Heart of the Matter: Total Transformation (12:1-2) -- B. Humility and Mutual Service (12:3-8) -- C. Love and Its Manifestations (12:9-21) -- D. The Christian and Secular Rulers (13:1-7) -- E. Love and the Law (13:8-10) -- F. Living in Light of the Day (13:11-14) -- G. Aplea for Unity (14:1-12) -- 1. Serving the Same Lord (14:1-12) -- 2. Giving Priority to Kingdom Values (14:13-23) -- 3. Following Christ's Example of Other Regard (15:1-6) -- 4. God's Design of United Praise (15:7-13) -- VI. The letter closing (15:14-16:27) -- A. Paul's Ministry and Travel Plans (15:14-33) -- 1. Looking Back: Paul's Ministry in the East (15:14-21) -- 2. Looking Ahead: Jerusalem, Rome, and Spain (15:22-29) -- 3. A Request for Prayer ( 15:30-33) -- B. Greetings (16:1-23) -- 1. Commendation of Phoebe (16:1-2) -- 2. Greetings to Roman Christians (16:3-16) -- 3. A Warning, Apromise, and a Prayer for Grace (16:17-20) -- 4. Greetings from Paul's Companions (16:21-23) -- Index of subjects -- Index of Authors -- Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Texts
Control code
1033576737
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
Second edition
Extent
clvi, 1027 pages
Isbn
9780802871213
Lccn
2017060964
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1033576737
Label
The letter to the Romans, Douglas J. Moo
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
List of Excursuses -- Editor's Preface -- Editor's Preface to the First Edition -- Author's Preface -- Author's Preface to the First Edition -- Abbreviations -- Bibliography -- Introduction -- I. General circumstances -- A. Paul -- B. The Christian Community in Rome -- II. Integrity, literary history, and text -- III. Audience -- IV. Nature and genre -- V. Purpose -- A. Focusing on Paul's Circumstances -- 1. Spain -- 2. Corinth/Galatia -- 3. Jerusalem -- B. Focusing on Problems in Rome -- VI. Theme -- A. The Theological Starting Point -- B. The Conceptual Framework -- C. The Theme -- VII. Text and translation -- A. Papyri -- B. Uncials -- C. Minuscules -- VIII. Structure -- IX. Analysis of Romans -- text and commentary -- I. The letter opening (1:1-17) -- A. Prescript (1:1-17) -- B. Thanksgiving and Occasion: Paul and the Romans (1:8-15) -- C. The Theme of the Letter (1:16-17) -- II. The heart of the gospel: Justification by faith (1:18-4:25) -- A. The Universal Reign of Sin (1:18-3:20) -- 1. All Persons Are Accountable to God for Sin (1:18-32) -- 2. Jews Are Accountable to God for Sin (2:1-3:8) -- a. The Jews and the Judgment of God (2:1-16) -- i. Critique of Jewish Presumption (2:1-5) -- ii. The Impartiality of Judgment (2:6-11) -- iii. Judgment and the Law (2:12-16) -- b. The Limitations of the Covenant (2:17-29) -- i. The Law (2:17 -24) -- ii. Circumcision (2:25-29) --c. God's Faithfulness and the Judgment of Jews (3:1-8) -- 3. The Guilt of All Humanity (3:9-20) -- B. Justification by Faith (3:21-4:25) -- 1. Justification and the righteousness of God (3:21-26) -- 2. "By Faith Alone" (3:27-4:25) -- a. "By Faith Alone": Initial Statement (3:27-31) -- b. "By Faith Alone": Elaboration with Respect to Abraham (4:1-25) -- i. Faith and Works (4:1-8) -- ii. Faith and Circumcision (4:9-12) -- iii. Faith, Promise, and the Law (4:13-22) -- iv. The Faith of Abraham and the Faith of the Christian (4:23-25) -- III. The assurance provided by the gospel: the hope of salvation (5:1-8:39) -- A. The Hope of Glory (5:1-8:39) -- 1. From Justification to Salvation (5:1-21) -- 2. The Reign of Grace and Life (5:12-21) -- B. Freedom from Bondage to Sin (6:1-23) -- 1. "Dead to Sin" Through Union with Christ (6:1-14) -- 2. Freed from Sin's Power to Serve Righteousness (6:15-23) -- C. Freedom from Bondage to the Law (7:1-25) -- 1. Released from the Law, Joined to Christ (7:1-6) -- 2. The History and Experience of Israel under the Law (7:7-25) -- a. The Coming of the Law (7:7-12) -- b. Life under the Law (7:13-25) -- D. Assurance of Eternal Life in the Spirit (8:1-30) -- 1. the Spirit of Life (8:1-13) -- 2. The Spirit of Adoption (8:14-17) -- 3. The Spirit of Glory (8:18-30) -- E. The Believer's Security Celebrated (8:31-39) -- IV: The defense of the gospel: the problem of israel (9:1-11:36) -- A. Introduction: The Tension between God's Promises and Israel's Plight (9:1-5) -- B. Defining the Promise (1): God's Sovereign Election (9:6-29) -- 1. The Israel within Israel (9:6-13) -- 2. Objections Answered: The Freedom and Purpose of God (9:14-23) -- 3. God's Calling of a New People: Israel and the Gentiles (9:24-29) -- C. Understanding Israel's Plight: Christ as the Climax of Salvation History (9:30-10:21) -- 1. Israel, the Gentiles, and the Righteousness of God (9:30-10:13) -- a. The Righteousness of God and the "Law of Righteousness" (9:30-33) --b. The Righteousness of God and "Their Own Righteousness" (10:1-4) -- c. Gospel and Law -- 2. Israel's Accountability (10:14-21) -- D. Transitional Summary: Israel, the "Elect," and the "Hardened" (11:1-10) -- E. Defining the Promise (2): The Future of Israel (11:11-32) -- 1. God's Purpose in Israel's Rejection (11:11-15) -- 2. The Interrelationship of Jews and Gentiles: A Warning to Gentile Believers (11:16-24) -- 3. The Salvation of "All Israel" -- F. Conclusion: Praise to God in Light of His Awesone Plan (11:33-36) -- V. The transforming power of the gospel: christian conduct (12:1-15:13) -- A. The Heart of the Matter: Total Transformation (12:1-2) -- B. Humility and Mutual Service (12:3-8) -- C. Love and Its Manifestations (12:9-21) -- D. The Christian and Secular Rulers (13:1-7) -- E. Love and the Law (13:8-10) -- F. Living in Light of the Day (13:11-14) -- G. Aplea for Unity (14:1-12) -- 1. Serving the Same Lord (14:1-12) -- 2. Giving Priority to Kingdom Values (14:13-23) -- 3. Following Christ's Example of Other Regard (15:1-6) -- 4. God's Design of United Praise (15:7-13) -- VI. The letter closing (15:14-16:27) -- A. Paul's Ministry and Travel Plans (15:14-33) -- 1. Looking Back: Paul's Ministry in the East (15:14-21) -- 2. Looking Ahead: Jerusalem, Rome, and Spain (15:22-29) -- 3. A Request for Prayer ( 15:30-33) -- B. Greetings (16:1-23) -- 1. Commendation of Phoebe (16:1-2) -- 2. Greetings to Roman Christians (16:3-16) -- 3. A Warning, Apromise, and a Prayer for Grace (16:17-20) -- 4. Greetings from Paul's Companions (16:21-23) -- Index of subjects -- Index of Authors -- Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Texts
Control code
1033576737
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
Second edition
Extent
clvi, 1027 pages
Isbn
9780802871213
Lccn
2017060964
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1033576737

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