Perhaps no other part of Scripture has had a profound an influence on the history of the Christian church as Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. Luther said of Romans: ‘It can never be read or considered too much or too well, and the more it is handled, the more delightful it becomes and the better it tastes.’ In this book the author aims to present a simple introduction to Romans for the ordinary reader. His exposition hoes straight to the heart of the passage, avoiding technicalities or obscure textual criticism.
This is hands down (IMO) the best exegesis of Romans for 99% of us. It doesn't get bogged down in language (religious or otherwise) that obscures the message. It is clear, concise and to the point. If you've ever read Romans and wondered "what is Paul really trying to say here?" this is the book for you. I've read (or tried to read ;) several books on Romans and none so clearly articulated Paul's points as this Welwyn commentary has. It has been a blessing to me and helped to strengthen my faith.