Hello my friends.
On December 15th, I sat down to write a quick article for my podcast. I wanted to write a short article on Romans 8 for those who may not have time to listen. Well, it quickly turned into an essay, and that essay became 27,000 words of commentary on Romans 8. I’ve spent the last three days proofreading what I’ve written, so there are bound to be errors. If you find any, let me know, and I will republish it with the corrections. If there is enough interest, I may consider writing additional commentary on Romans 9-11.
This book is free to download, or you can pay what you think it is worth. Any money raised from this commentary will go towards a new laptop so that I can write, edit videos, and work on my websites on the go.
Here is the link, or you can click “shop now” below: https://labornotinvain.com/product/romans-8-commentary-and-essays-on-the-new-creation/
Here is a quick review by Dr. Dallas Burdette:
Daniel Rogers is one of the most insightful writers today in the field of biblical studies. This particular study of Romans 8 is a commentary on the New Creation, which study is the climax of Romans 5 through 8. His approach provides a greater understanding of God’s New Creation “in” and “through” Jesus. His exegetical skills permeate this in-depth study of Romans 8. He employs the common-sense approach in his analysis of the implications of “Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus” (8:1). I recommend that this treatise be read with a desire to understand the Word of God more clearly.
He sets forth a fresh and liberating interpretation of various passages of Scripture that have long been abused by countless sincere and devout, but unenlightened followers of Christ. He seeks to bring new light to bear on how to hear afresh familiar Scriptures in order to appropriate the truths of God’s Word in such a way that it will bring liberation for those in bondage to legalism and fear of their standing before God. In this study, he promotes contextual, as well as common-sense, interpretation as the means of allowing Paul to speak on his own terms as he sets forth the very heart of God’s Gospel. I found this essay faith building and emancipating.