Special Study


in Crossway Classic Commentaries

by Charles Hodge

4.75 Rank Score: 5.17 from 2 reviews, 0 featured collections, and 11 user libraries
Pages 400
Publisher Crossway
Published 1/1/1994
ISBN-13 9780891077244


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Joel R. Beeke Joel R. Beeke May 4, 2012
Charles Hodge, who for fifty-six years–from 1822 to 1878– lectured on the Pauline Epistles at Princeton Theological Seminary, issued the final version of his commentary on Ro- mans in 1864. It was at once recognized as belonging to the number of the few truly great works on this Epistle and that verdict has been upheld by Christian leaders down to the pre- sent day. Particularly noteworthy is the commendation which the work has received from the preachers of the gospel. [Full Review]
Although written well over one hundred years ago, Charles Hodge's commentary on Romans should still be required for those doing serious study of the text. Hodge was a systematic theologian, but contrary to what many today think, this was no hindrance to doing good exegetical work. This commentary is rich in exegetical and theological insight. [Full Review]