Let God be True

Let God be True

Perspectives on Romans 3

Romans 3 is a treasure trove of theological riches, a thematic junction where nearly every major theme in this complex epistle emerges. Yet for this same reason, exegetically it is one of the most notoriously difficult passages in the New Testament. The focused and interdisciplinary approach to this one particular chapter in Romans allows for greater depth of research than is generally possible in commentaries, and the variety of methodological approaches employed shines light from different angles to bring out the numerous facets of these verses.

In this book, an international group of scholars put their oars into Romans 3, shedding new light on this wonderful and complex passage of Scripture. The focused and methodologically varied approach allows for greater depth of research than is generally possible in commentaries. Specialists on Romans will find in this book a wealth of information. Likewise, it will be of value to students in advanced exegetical classes or to those doing postgraduate research. This book is dedicated to Prof. Dr. Martin Webber on his 70th birthday.

(Book: ISBN: 978-1-4632-4499-6, E-book: ISBN: 978-1-4632-4500-9)

Kok, Jakobus (Kobus), Jermo van Nes, and Jeremy D. Otten, eds. Let God Be True: Perspectives on Romans 3. Gorgias Biblical Studies 73. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2023.