Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans


Paul’s Magnum Opus 

The book of Romans is a rich and wonderful work. This verse by verse commentary puts Paul and his words back into first century judaism, approaching the text from a pro-Torah perspective. This series is perfect for a indepth study, or for reference.


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Re-Reading Paul

In this excellent work on the Epistle to the Romans, Tim Hegg gives a fresh perspective on Paul’s largest work. Tim approaches this text from the perspective that Paul did not speak against the Torah but upheld it as God’s eternal and inspired revelation. This fresh look at Paul gives the reader insights into Romans that perhaps have not been considered before.


• Verse by verse study through the entire book


• Approaching Paul from a pro-Torah perspective


• Placing Paul back into his first century Jewish context


“The publication of Tim Hegg’s research on Romans represents a significant blessing to the Hebraic Renewal Community. Careful scholarship and the judicious use of sources undergird his fresh insights and anointed teaching of the Scriptures.” Dwight A. Pryor Founder of the Center for Judaic-Christian Studies.


Two volumes in paperback and in searchable PDF format for easy reference. Also available, 99 audio lectures on Romans by Tim Hegg in MP3 format with notes to follow the audio as well as Keynote slides of the presentation.

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Weight3.2 lbs
Dimensions11 × 8.5 × 2 in
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