Cover of: Exploring Romans | John Phillips

Contributors

  • Foreword
    Alan Redpath

Exploring Romans

the gospel according to Paul

Published by Moody Press in Chicago, IL .
Written in English.

About the Book

There can be little doubt that it was Paul who thought through the theological implications of Christianity. It was Paul who thought through the deeper meaning of the brother the what of the Old Testament in the light of Calvary and in the light of that great experience which was his when, on the Damascus Road, he came face-to-face with Jesus of Nazareth and recognized Him at last as the risen, ascended and glorified Lord. It was Paul who coined the vocabulary of the New Testament. It was Paul who did justice to the cross. It was Paul who expounded the true meaning of Christ's coming and His present glorified position at God's right hand. It is in Paul's a pistol to the Romans that his magnificent grasp of the gospel is most fully displayed. Also would exercise the ministry of a pastor, evangelist or teacher, engage in personal work or have an intelligent understanding of the work of God in human soul must have a good grasp of Romans -- the gospel according to Paul. - Jacket flap.

First Sentence

"ALL ROADS LEAD TO ROME."

Table of Contents

Foreword / Alan Redpath
Outline of Romans
Introduction
Prologue
Part one : The principles of the gospel
Part two : The problems of the gospel
Part three : The practice of the gospel
Epilogue : 16:25-27

The Physical Object

Format Hardcover
Pagination 286 p.
Dimensions 22 x x centimeters

ID Numbers

Open Library OL7875799M
ISBN 10 0802424058
ISBN 13 9780802424051
Library Thing 488939
Goodreads 2397890

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