The fall 2007 Southern Baptist Journal of Theology (vol. 11, no. 3) is devoted to the epistle to the Romans. It includes eight articles, two of which are available as PDFs (linked below).
- Editorial: Stephen J. Wellum: “Learning from the Epistle to the Romans“
- John Polhill, “The Setting of Romans in the Ministry of Paul”
- Benjamin L. Merkle, “Is Romans Really the Greatest Letter Ever Written?“
- A. B. Caneday, “‘They Exchanged the Glory of God for the Likeness of an Image’: Idolatrous Adam and Israel as Representatives in Paul’s Letter to the Romans”
- Robert W. Yarbrough, “The Theology of Romans in Future Tense”
- Douglas Moo, “Paul’s Universalizing Hermeneutic in Romans”
- Mark A. Seifrid, “The Gospel as the Revelation of Mystery: The Witness of the Scriptures to Christ in Romans”
- Thomas R. Schreiner, “Sermon: Loving One Another Fulfills the Law: Romans 13:8-10″
Update: See “Fall SBJT studies significance of Paul’s epistle to the Romans,” published by Towers Online, SBTS’s news service.