Jonathan's third volume in a series of New Testament commentaries:

 

Just Paul

Comments on Romans

A word from Jonathan:

 

I want to share with you my passion for the Greek New Testament.  I have taken some bold steps to reveal to you its depth and richness, along with varying approaches to words, phrases and verses -- so that you, the reader, will have a greater participation in understanding our Lord, Jesus Christ, through the Greek Scriptures.

 

This work has been a labor of love... a love for the Word, for the Truth and for people.  It began as a quest to better know the Scriptures, but it has become a journey into the heart of our Father.  What started as a personal challenge grew into a desire to share the wonders I found in His inexhaustible Word.  This is by no means a finished work, but continues to be an ongoing and unfolding revelation.


These studies and writings are interpretations considering the contexts, figures of speech, symbols, types of literature and cultural factors. I use Scripture to interpret Scripture, looking at the patterns of God's dealings as set forth in the Hebrew Bible.  Searching out the literal meaning of Greek words and endeavoring to minimize doctrinal bias, I depend upon the unveilings from His Spirit.  May this bless you in your search into the things of the Father, and to more authentically know the Truth, Who is our Life. 

 

My prayer is that the One who makes all things real, the "set-apart Breath-effect," will breathe these words into each and every heart that reads them.  May God use this work to bring blessings to each reader, and to bring His reign into every heart. 

 

To God be the glory,

Jonathan Mitchell 

JUST PAUL

 

ROMANS IS REGARDED as arguably one of the most important Christian documents ever written. In his letter, Paul reveals insights into an empowering and satisfying walk with God. He faithfully expounds the tremendous scope of God’s plan for the redemption of man.

 

Paul repeatedly emphasizes that God initiates the action in every aspect. The weakness of the old covenant has been replaced with the new covenant of the Spirit. Bondage to sin is broken. Gift and grace triumph over works and law. Man is brought into new relationship, new freedom, new hope, and new life.

 

FOR MODERN READERS OF ROMANS, how we understand the topics of justification, salvation, atonement, judgment, wrath/personal emotion, participation in Christ and new covenant inclusion, greatly impact how we live our lives, and how we treat and regard others. It governs how we present to the world God’s message of goodness, ease and well-being in Christ that has come to us by His Spirit.

 

These principles become the continuous manifestation of that which calls forth praise in the wisdom and goodness and justice of God. The underlying theology of what Paul sets forth in Romans transcends time and place to speak to every generation.

 

This compilation is a fully developed and extensive work - a dynamic tool for students of scripture, study groups, pastors, leaders and seekers everywhere:

 

INSIDE YOU WILL FIND:

 

Comments based upon Greek texts with multiple renderings

Critical attention to the Greek verb tenses and noun functions

A historical-critical approach

Citations from multiple scholars who contribute various perspectives

Quotes from New Testament letters and the Gospels

Additional quotes from the Old Testament and Jewish literature

 

The commentary is based upon THE NEW TESTAMENT, God's Message of Goodness, Ease and Well-being Which Brings God's Gifts of His Spirit, His Life, His Grace, His Power, His Fairness, His Peace and His Love, a translation by the author.

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GOD'S MESSAGE OF

GOODNESS, EASE

AND WELL-BEING

WHICH BRINGS GOD'S

GIFTS OF HIS SPIRIT,

HIS LIFE, HIS GRACE,

HIS POWER, HIS

FAIRNESS, HIS PEACE

AND HIS LOVE

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