This is a well researched and easy to follow book on 2 Corinthians. This book tends to be generally an overlooked and neglected part of the New Testament. I read this as a follow up to 1 Corinthians and by the time I had finished both I felt as if I had really got under the skin of Paul's rocky relationship with his beloved but difficult church in Corinth. There is so much to learn here about church relationships, problems and joys which are very relevant to the church today and not only two thousand years ago. This is not just an abstract theological work. You can sympathise with Paul's love for his church and admire his sensitivity and wisdom in handling its ups and owns. We could do with more of that love and wisdom today.