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Title:
Romans
Author:
Ross, Art, 1943-
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Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
Louisville, Ky. : Geneva Press, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
viii, 92 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
General Note:
Includes leader's guide.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780664500238
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

The letter to the Romans is the pinnacle of Paul's writing and thinking. Within its pages are profound insights into living faithfully, passionate debates about the fate of the Jews, and cherished messages of comfort and love.


Author Notes

Art Ross is Pastor and Martha M. Stevenson is Church Educator at White Memorial Presbyterian Church in Raleigh, North Carolina


Table of Contents

Series Introductionp. vii
Introduction to Romansp. 1
Unit 1 Romans: Linked to the Old Testament--Source of Life for the Churchp. 4
Unit 2 Romans 1:1-17: Opening the Letter--Meeting the Author and Recipientsp. 13
Unit 3 Romans 1:18-2:16: Sin and Salvationp. 20
Unit 4 Romans 2:17-4:25: Faith as "Trust" vs. Obedience or Beliefp. 29
Unit 5 Romans 5:1-6:23: Justified, Reconciled, Sanctifiedp. 36
Unit 6 Romans 7:1-8:11: Beyond Religion to Faithp. 43
Unit 7 Romans 8:12-39: The "Convictions" of Our Faithp. 51
Unit 8 Romans 9:1-11:36: The Promises of God to Israel and to Usp. 58
Unit 9 Romans 12:1-15:13: After Talking the Talk, How Do We Walk the Walk?p. 65
Unit 10 Romans 15:14-16:27: Valedictoryp. 73
Bibliographyp. 81
Leader's Guidep. 83