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Every Christian desires to "be right" about their faith. How we live out our faith holds eternal significance. But in order to be right, we must know what, why, and how come we believe in Christ. It can be argued that no book of the Bible has had a greater effect on Christianity than the book of Romans. In this classic commentary by Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe, you can refresh yo Every Christian desires to "be right" about their faith. How we live out our faith holds eternal significance. But in order to be right, we must know what, why, and how come we believe in Christ. It can be argued that no book of the Bible has had a greater effect on Christianity than the book of Romans. In this classic commentary by Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe, you can refresh your own understanding of this seminal work, Paul's masterpiece letter to the church in Rome. Dr. Wiersbe's careful exposition of the text allows the truth to soak into your heart and mind as you read and understand these essential truths of Scripture.


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Every Christian desires to "be right" about their faith. How we live out our faith holds eternal significance. But in order to be right, we must know what, why, and how come we believe in Christ. It can be argued that no book of the Bible has had a greater effect on Christianity than the book of Romans. In this classic commentary by Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe, you can refresh yo Every Christian desires to "be right" about their faith. How we live out our faith holds eternal significance. But in order to be right, we must know what, why, and how come we believe in Christ. It can be argued that no book of the Bible has had a greater effect on Christianity than the book of Romans. In this classic commentary by Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe, you can refresh your own understanding of this seminal work, Paul's masterpiece letter to the church in Rome. Dr. Wiersbe's careful exposition of the text allows the truth to soak into your heart and mind as you read and understand these essential truths of Scripture.

30 review for Be Right (Romans): How to Be Right with God, Yourself, and Others

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mary-Anne Finlay

    Absolutely brilliant. The books of Romans has just been my go to book in the Bible since lockdown, and this commentary didn’t disappoint. Worth working through this book!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hope

    Another excellent commentary for laymen from the inimitable Wiersbe. His ability to clarify Scripture with Scripture (using verses from other books in the Bible to explain nuances of the ideas in Romans), is extremely helpful. I appreciated his discussion of justification because it is taught to be something God does "for us" as if we had no part in it. Some folks are content with this positional righteousness, but salvation is much more. As Wiersbe writes, "Our justification is the result of a l Another excellent commentary for laymen from the inimitable Wiersbe. His ability to clarify Scripture with Scripture (using verses from other books in the Bible to explain nuances of the ideas in Romans), is extremely helpful. I appreciated his discussion of justification because it is taught to be something God does "for us" as if we had no part in it. Some folks are content with this positional righteousness, but salvation is much more. As Wiersbe writes, "Our justification is the result of a living union with Christ. And this union ought to result in a new kind of life, a righteous life of obedience to God.... Justification by faith is not simply a legal matter between God and me; it is a living relationship." "Too many Christians are 'betweeners.' They live between Good Friday and Easter, believing in the cross, but not entering into the power and glory of the resurrection." He addresses many other important topics such as the Christian's relationship to the law, to sin, and to the Church. This is a very worthwhile study guide to a book that can be overwhelming in its theological heft.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mike Eccles

    Having read some of Wiersby's commentaries on Old Testament books, I felt moved to read Romans with the aid of "Be Right". As with previous commentaries I found that this volume helped to slow me down, encouraging greater focus on the detail of the text and its implications. I didn't find this commentary as helpful as the others that I've read, but I also found Romans to be a significant challenge too. So there may be a chicken and egg problem here. I think though that there is an opportunity mi Having read some of Wiersby's commentaries on Old Testament books, I felt moved to read Romans with the aid of "Be Right". As with previous commentaries I found that this volume helped to slow me down, encouraging greater focus on the detail of the text and its implications. I didn't find this commentary as helpful as the others that I've read, but I also found Romans to be a significant challenge too. So there may be a chicken and egg problem here. I think though that there is an opportunity missed with "Be Right": a challenging book in the bible perhaps needed greater emphasis by Wiersby to simplify his guidance and insight. Still a very helpful volume though!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Steven Daughtry

    Romans study This was a great companion to read while going through the book of Romans. Wiersby does a thorough job of outlining and explaining the key components and concepts in the epistle and offers some good questions at the end of each chapter for self or group study. While some of his more conservative views come out from time to time, Wiersby's book is dead on with the important truths of salvation, grace, and life in Christ--the stuff that really matters. What an amazing gift we have in t Romans study This was a great companion to read while going through the book of Romans. Wiersby does a thorough job of outlining and explaining the key components and concepts in the epistle and offers some good questions at the end of each chapter for self or group study. While some of his more conservative views come out from time to time, Wiersby's book is dead on with the important truths of salvation, grace, and life in Christ--the stuff that really matters. What an amazing gift we have in the grace and abundant life that we had been offered, Jews and Gentiles alike!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    In terms of commentary writers, Wiersbe has become a fast favorite. Having read this and his comments on Hebrews, I will be ordering more of his commentaries to supplement my study and teaching prep in the future. Aside from the very clearly delineated structure and organization of the commentary, Wiersbe communicates in a manner that is both relational and accessible. The authority and inerrancy of scripture is the foundation every comment is built on. As I read, I was able to turn straight to In terms of commentary writers, Wiersbe has become a fast favorite. Having read this and his comments on Hebrews, I will be ordering more of his commentaries to supplement my study and teaching prep in the future. Aside from the very clearly delineated structure and organization of the commentary, Wiersbe communicates in a manner that is both relational and accessible. The authority and inerrancy of scripture is the foundation every comment is built on. As I read, I was able to turn straight to scripture and see what he was pointing out in as I studied.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Joseph

    Weirsbe does a great job making Romans understandable in its textual context and the fuller biblical context. Most commentaries are exegetical, but this one is more of a detailed gloss. He explains scriptural references and allusions, historical situations, and unity of the message internally and with the Bible as a whole. Aside from his brief forays into full-throated dispensationalism, it's a very helpful commentary for clergy and laymen alike. Weirsbe does a great job making Romans understandable in its textual context and the fuller biblical context. Most commentaries are exegetical, but this one is more of a detailed gloss. He explains scriptural references and allusions, historical situations, and unity of the message internally and with the Bible as a whole. Aside from his brief forays into full-throated dispensationalism, it's a very helpful commentary for clergy and laymen alike.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Frans Kempe

    I liked the way this book gives the reader an overview about what the book covers. He neatly separates the chapters so that it is easy to follow and also to get deeper into the book. It is good to have your Bible with you and go back to it over and over again. The questions in the back of each chapter was also helpful to process and remember what was said.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Maggie Boyd

    I'm not sure if it was that my expectations were too high or that the book of Romans is simply too challenging but none of the studies I did on it left me feeling like I actually understood the book any better after my studies than when I had begun. I appreciated a lot of what this volume taught,though, which was simple, concise, clear and basic. I'm not sure if it was that my expectations were too high or that the book of Romans is simply too challenging but none of the studies I did on it left me feeling like I actually understood the book any better after my studies than when I had begun. I appreciated a lot of what this volume taught,though, which was simple, concise, clear and basic.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

    I read "Be Right" as part of a personal, in depth Bible study on the book of Romans. It was helpful in isolating and understanding the major themes of Romans, but it was hard to concentrate on the more technical analysis. I read "Be Right" as part of a personal, in depth Bible study on the book of Romans. It was helpful in isolating and understanding the major themes of Romans, but it was hard to concentrate on the more technical analysis.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Steve Abney

    Have a much deeper understanding of the gospel and Paul's ministry. Awesome book Have a much deeper understanding of the gospel and Paul's ministry. Awesome book

  11. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Strausbaugh

    Awesome read and great study help I enjoyed reading this book. It really helped me understand Romans in a whole new way. I highly recommend to everyone.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Gary

    Enjoyed as a group study Well written. Good insight into Paul's letter to a group of early Christ followers in the thick of a very anti-christ environment. Enjoyed as a group study Well written. Good insight into Paul's letter to a group of early Christ followers in the thick of a very anti-christ environment.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Glenda Light

    Wiersbe's commentary on Romans was a good companion to doing my own inductive-style study of the book. Wiersbe's commentary on Romans was a good companion to doing my own inductive-style study of the book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ashish Gaikwad

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. warren wiersbe the great holy spirit filled easy english writter

  15. 5 out of 5

    Erika

    I started reading Romans and was immediately discouraged. I had heard that the book Romans was a “must read” if I wanted to understand the reason, we REALLY needed Jesus to die for us & that it tied together the rest of the Bible. I had also heard it referred to as the, “meatiest” Book in the Bible. Problem was, every time I attempted to read it, I’d get frustrated. I didn’t understand the context, couldn’t pinpoint the audience, and despite googling my butt off, I couldn’t figure out what certa I started reading Romans and was immediately discouraged. I had heard that the book Romans was a “must read” if I wanted to understand the reason, we REALLY needed Jesus to die for us & that it tied together the rest of the Bible. I had also heard it referred to as the, “meatiest” Book in the Bible. Problem was, every time I attempted to read it, I’d get frustrated. I didn’t understand the context, couldn’t pinpoint the audience, and despite googling my butt off, I couldn’t figure out what certain verses meant. Oh but This book!!!!!! This book solved all of that. I just finished the book, (and the book of Romans), and I’m encouraged, grateful, and more in love with God than I’ve ever been. Such a perfect, merciful, wise God. I’m overwhelmed with love after finishing this book. I’m overwhelmed with the amount of love Jesus has for us. I’m overwhelmed at the faith of Paul, and they heartfelt love he put into his letter to the Romans. The perfect plan God had for both the Jew, and gentile to be saved. What a Gift!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jack Hansen

    The Book of Romans is text worth studying often. This study by Warren W. Wiersbe discusses the context in which the words are transcribed, words ascribed to the Apostle, Paul, and counted as the sacred word of God. Paul starts many Christian churches throughout vast regions. They require tending as others try to falsely preach the gospel, one that benefits themselves and does not serve others. Paul sends letters with disciples to guide those straying from God's word. These instructions are tenet The Book of Romans is text worth studying often. This study by Warren W. Wiersbe discusses the context in which the words are transcribed, words ascribed to the Apostle, Paul, and counted as the sacred word of God. Paul starts many Christian churches throughout vast regions. They require tending as others try to falsely preach the gospel, one that benefits themselves and does not serve others. Paul sends letters with disciples to guide those straying from God's word. These instructions are tenets for Christians to live a life according to the Will of God and not a life of self pleasure and pride. Wiersbe's study on Romans explores the fundamentals of Christianity with thought-provoking questions at the back of each chapter. Study groups discuss this biblical masterpiece for its many lessons that apply today.

  17. 5 out of 5

    B

    Mr. Wiersbe was very inconsistent with his use of terms in Be Right because he generally did not define them; therfore, he was able to change the meaning at will (i.e. law, righteousness, salvation, etc). He contradicts himself not only across chapters, but also within the same chapter in one instance. As with other books in the Be Series, this study guide is replete with speculative comments from the author. Overall this exposition of Romans was very sloppy, and not edifying. I don't recommend Mr. Wiersbe was very inconsistent with his use of terms in Be Right because he generally did not define them; therfore, he was able to change the meaning at will (i.e. law, righteousness, salvation, etc). He contradicts himself not only across chapters, but also within the same chapter in one instance. As with other books in the Be Series, this study guide is replete with speculative comments from the author. Overall this exposition of Romans was very sloppy, and not edifying. I don't recommend it.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Pypa

    This commentary has been a vital component to my bible study. I looked forward to answering the questions at the end of each chapter. I've read Romans countless times, but I got so much more from the book using this commentary as a guide. This is my first Wiersbe commentary. It won't be my last. I am moving on to re-read one of my favorites, the book of James, with Wiersbe's commentary along for the ride. Outstanding! This commentary has been a vital component to my bible study. I looked forward to answering the questions at the end of each chapter. I've read Romans countless times, but I got so much more from the book using this commentary as a guide. This is my first Wiersbe commentary. It won't be my last. I am moving on to re-read one of my favorites, the book of James, with Wiersbe's commentary along for the ride. Outstanding!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Little

    Romans is packed with solid spiritual guidance. I’m not sure I’ve ever really dug deep into the book of Romans, so this commentary was really helpful. Paul is so blunt and upfront with what how Christians should act, but he balances it with such a freedom to work out our own salvation with Jesus as our Lord. It’s such a good book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Knippa

    DEEP DIVE! A great verse-by-verse walk-through of Paul's letter to the Romans. Lots of links to other scriptures that stitched the book into the books around it. The occasional greek word translations were sweet little nuggets of incite for this logophile. DEEP DIVE! A great verse-by-verse walk-through of Paul's letter to the Romans. Lots of links to other scriptures that stitched the book into the books around it. The occasional greek word translations were sweet little nuggets of incite for this logophile.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Terri

    This is a good commentary on the Book of Romans. It's been a while since I finished it, but will say that I liked how is was laid out, read the chapter in Romans, and break it down. I will be doing a BE series bundle and look forward to getting into the next book in the series. Be Wise. This is a good commentary on the Book of Romans. It's been a while since I finished it, but will say that I liked how is was laid out, read the chapter in Romans, and break it down. I will be doing a BE series bundle and look forward to getting into the next book in the series. Be Wise.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jan Norton

    Inspirational Dr. Wiersbe speaks to the reader where he or she is. I love the way he brings the reader into the life of the Scripture. Romance is one of my favorite books in the Bible.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Clara Roberts

    I did a deep study of the book of Romans. I spent a month in this study during my devotions each morning and often at night. Wiersbe points out that Paul talks of O.T. Jewish law but salvation is by Gods Grace.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Gaertner

    Fantastic Commentary Warren Wiersbe dies it again, great insight into the scripture without making it feel unattainable for the lay reader. This is great as a personal study or for a small group.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Grace

    I differed with him on a few things but it was a very insightful commentary to read along with my Bible reading.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Joe Sewell

    Right If you want to dig deep into Paul's letter to the Romans, this is a good place to start. If you want to learn what motivated the early church, or the foundation of it, here you go. Right If you want to dig deep into Paul's letter to the Romans, this is a good place to start. If you want to learn what motivated the early church, or the foundation of it, here you go.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lynn's

    “BE Right” is Warren Wiersbe’s commentary on the book of Romans. As always with Wiersbe’s writings, it was easy to understand, yet, informative. As Wiersbe took this book through a verse by verse study, I really liked the points that he brought out. He unveiled truths in a way that gave me new insight into the book of Romans. I had always thought Romans was one of the easier books to understand, but reading all the things this pastor had to say about it reminded me that there are always more lay “BE Right” is Warren Wiersbe’s commentary on the book of Romans. As always with Wiersbe’s writings, it was easy to understand, yet, informative. As Wiersbe took this book through a verse by verse study, I really liked the points that he brought out. He unveiled truths in a way that gave me new insight into the book of Romans. I had always thought Romans was one of the easier books to understand, but reading all the things this pastor had to say about it reminded me that there are always more layers to the Scripture to learn from. And his section on Romans chapter eight was the best I’ve ever read!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Glyn Williams

    Concise, simple commentary on Romans by a well-respected preacher.

  29. 4 out of 5

    F

    Always enjoy Wiersbe. Much like H.A. Ironside in his day, and J. Vernon McGee in his day- Wiersbe is readable, enjoyable and scriptural. personal note- takes me so long to read these because I am teaching through the book myself [the book of Romans] on a weekly basis and only read the chapter corresponding to the chapter I am teaching.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ruthe Turner

    This book was a very valuable tool to have beside me during my recent study of the book of Romans from the New Testament. Dr. Wiesbe has a special gift of explaining the tough passages of Scripture in a simple, understandable way. He also adds a lot of background information that makes the reading very real, inspirational and adaptable to our lives today.

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