A Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans (Classic Reprint)

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This work differs from other commentaries as being in its chief design a contribution to Systematic Theology. This branch of Sacred Scholarship has been lately somewhat neglected, owing in part to the arbitrary assumptions and serious omissions so conspicuous in many English and American books on the subject, and to the spirit of partisanship betrayed by their writers. It is, nevertheless, the great goal of all Sacred Scholarship. To understand the Truth revealed by God to man, in its various elements and their mutual relation, must ever be the noblest task of human intelligence, and ought to be the specific ultimate aim of all Bible study. And I venture to believe that the method sketched below, on pp. 1 and 2, is the only safe pathway to this goal.

In this work I have endeavoured, by study of the earliest and noblest work on Systematic Theology, to reproduce the Gospel as reflected in the mind of the greatest of the Apostles. But this does not complete the task of even the humblest student of the Bible. St. Paul's conception of the Gospel was but the view of one man, limited and coloured by his temperament, history, and circumstances. God has given us other views of the same Gospel from other mental standpoints. And these we cannot overlook. Indeed, only by contrast with them can we understand the full bearing and the many peculiarities of St. Paul's theology.

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