Doug Moo is one of the foremost scholars on the book of Romans. His commentary on Romans in the NICNT is arguably the best ever written. If you have a question on Romans, Moo usually has the right answer and gives a fair representation of the other positions as well.
BiblicalTraining.org is offering free streaming and downloads of a D.Min. seminar Moo taught on Romans this past May at the Carolina School of Divinity.
If you want an in-depth (doctoral level) study of Romans, here you go. Best of all, it’s free.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
This blog was viewed about 110,000 times in 2012. If it were a concert at the Barclays Center, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
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Simply defined, the term “parallax” refers to how an object appears to be in a different location when seen from another point of view. To experience the effects of a parallax perspective, all you have to do is hold up a finger in front of your face and look at it with only one eye open. Now close that eye and open the other. Your finger will appear to have changed locations.
As finite creatures, we often forget that we do not have the ultimate perspective of God and the universe around us. Isaiah 55:9 makes this clear. This blog merely attempts to present some perspectives on life and theology to help you see things from a new angle. It will also be cluttered with a bunch of random stuff that I find interesting.
Thanks for reading.
BTW, if you relax your eyes and let the two white dots merge into one, the above picture will be 3D. It helps if you get close to the screen and hold up your hand between your eyes so that each eye can only see one picture.