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The Epistles of Romans and James, is a one-of-a-kind exegetical commentary. Centered around the general topic of soteriology, and justification specifically, this commentary analyzes these two controversial letters in the New Testament as only the CASB series has become known to do. A detailed, verse-by-verse study of each chapter spans over 600 pages of study. No relevant subject is left untouched. Included are in-depth word studies, contextual analysis, textual analysis, patristic testimony, conciliar, papal and catechetical citations, and much more. This commentary will show, like no other before it, that Paul's epistle to the Romans is the very foundation upon which Catholic doctrine is built, not only in soteriology, but in ecclesiology as well. The book of James is also given the same detailed analysis, and the CASB shows that its teachings dovetail perfectly with those of St. Paul . It is one of the most penetrating and formidable exegetical works ever produced for the Catholic audience for the purpose of teaching and defending the doctrinal teachings of the Catholic Church.
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