On my desk: Steven Runge’s High Definition Commentary: Romans

high-definition-commentary-romansLogos Bible Software has recently released Steven Runge’s High Definition Commentary on Romans. In the forthcoming months, I will review his work.

In the meantime, here are a few features of his commentary:

  1. Describes the features of Greek and discourse grammar while using everyday language.
  2. 120+ illuminating images that can help teachers and preachers visualize the text.
  3. Focuses on the “flow of the argument” enabling readers to grasp the big-picture of Romans.

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Here is the blurb from Logos:

Lexham Press is excited to provide another title in the popular High Definition Commentary Series, the volume on Romans! Dr. Steve Runge, author of Discourse Grammar of the Greek New Testament and High Definition Commentary: Philippians, offers exceptional commentary and original teaching slides that enable you to accurately communicate the message of Romans. This volume emphasizes the main points of Romans in clear language, and provides custom graphics to help you communicate more effectively.

Organized into preachable portions of Scripture and featuring over 100 custom graphics, Romans is perfect for sermons, Bible studies, and small groups. Using principles of linguistics and Biblical exegesis, Dr. Runge illuminates the key principles and overall message of the book of Romans. This commentary not only helps you identify the big ideas of a passage, it gives you custom slides that you can export right into sermons and Bible studies. Dr. Runge provides applicable and approachable examples throughout, making clear every-day connections between ideas in Romans and practical living. The High Definition Commentary: Romans is a one-of-a-kind Bible teaching tool, and only available from Lexham Press.

You can purchase the High Definition Romans commentary here. If you use the code: HighDefCom, you will receive a 15% discount until October 26. He has a forthcoming High Definition Philippians commentary too.

Here is a video of Runge explaining the features of the commentary.

Also, make sure to follow Brian Renshaw’s interview with Runge.

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