Having read some of Wiersby's commentaries on Old Testament books, I felt moved to read Romans with the aid of "Be Right". As with previous commentaries I found that this volume helped to slow me down, encouraging greater focus on the detail of the text and its implications. I didn't find this commentary as helpful as the others that I've read, but I also found Romans to be a significant challenge too. So there may be a chicken and egg problem here. I think though that there is an opportunity missed with "Be Right": a challenging book in the bible perhaps needed greater emphasis by Wiersby to simplify his guidance and insight. Still a very helpful volume though!