A very good book that will serve as an excellent introduction to Romans. The book is divided into three sections:
1. Chapters 1-5 The Gospel as it really is;
2. Chapters 6-11 What we are now;
3. Chapters 12-16 Living the christian life.
A book that doesn't go into great technical details, but instead simply opens up and explains Paul's letter to us.
Two points that are worth noting. The author favours the interpretation of chapter seven as a description of a christian who is struggling against sin. Also, in expounding chapter eleven, he teaches that 'all Israel' in v. 26 is a reference to 'spiritual Israel,' rather than 'natural Israel.' That is, the whole christian church, consisting of converted Jews and non-Jews. Although many may not agree with one, or either of these points, upon reading the authors' comments you will see why he arrives at these conclusions.
To sum up then, a good, detailed overview of the Book of Romans. Highly recommended.