The Letter to the Romans

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James Clarke & Co., 2002 - Religion - 168 pages
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Brunner sees St Paul's Epistle to the Romans as 'the chapter of destiny of the Christian Church'. Here, in Luther's words, is the 'purest gospel' upon which the very existence of the Christian faith depends and from which it draws its life.

Concentrated, decisive and instructive, nothing within the New Testament is more closely argued both theological and personal. Out of his years of scholarly wisdom Brunner meditates on the great Epistle, and in his commentary elucidates the massive Pauline arguments which are the bed rock of Christian belief and Christian proclamation.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
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A ALL MANKINDS NEED OF REDEMPTION
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The Righteousness of Faith in the Old and the
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Some Leading Ideas in the Teaching of
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The Righteousness of God
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Grace
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The Church the Community
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THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD IN HIS RULING
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The Faithfulness of God is greater than the Unfaithful
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Part Three
101
Predestination Election
156
Baptism
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