Douglas J. Moo



Douglas J. Moo (PhD, University of St. Andrews) is Kenneth T. Wessner Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College Graduate School in Wheaton, Illinois. He is the author of commentaries on Romans, James, 2 Peter and Jude, and Colossians and Philemon and coauthor of An Introduction to the New Testament. He also headed the committee on Bible translation for the NIV revision.

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The Epistle to the Romans

4.48 avg rating — 956 ratings — published 1996 — 3 editions
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The Letter of James

4.31 avg rating — 370 ratings — published 1986 — 3 editions
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Romans

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Encountering the Book of Ro...

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The Letters to the Colossia...

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Galatians

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2 Peter, Jude

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James

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James: An Introduction and ...

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Creation Care: A Biblical T...

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“James condemns any form of Christianity that drifts into a sterile, actionless "orthodoxy." Faith, not what we do, is fundamental in establishing a relationship with God. But faith, James insists, must be given content. Genuine faith, he insists, always and inevitably produces evidence of its existence in a life of righteous living.”
Douglas J. Moo, The Letter of James

“Paul’s evangelism, his letters suggest, has two great motivations: a sense of obligation derived from what God has done for him and commissioned him to do for others, and a desire that God will be glorified by as great a number of people as possible. We are to imitate Paul by extending God’s grace in the gospel just as he did.”
Douglas J. Moo, Romans

“Justificación por la fe y santificación por medio de la lucha”
Douglas J. Moo, Comentario bíblico con aplicación NVI Romanos: Del texto bíblico a una aplicación contemporánea



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