A NavPress Bible Study on the Book of Romans

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NavPress, 1993 - Religion - 216 pages
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In Romans, the Apostle Paul unfolds God’s way to righteousness—how we can be reconciled to God and transformed into the people He means us to be. Sin, salvation, grace, death, and resurrection—no other biblical book illumines so many classic, life-changing truths.

The 20 sessions of this Bible study on the book of Romans will help you understand the book’s historical context, purpose, structure, and meaning—and apply its powerful, relevant wisdom to your needs and issues. Includes study aids and discussion questions. If using in a group, personal study is needed between meetings.

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As always, a good study

User Review  - anduin81 - Christianbook.com

My husband and I are going through this Romans study together, and are already reaping fruit from it. I've done 3 studies from this series, and they are always very good. I specifically chose this ... Read full review

This study covers the Gospel entirely!

User Review  - CarrieJeanne - Christianbook.com

Our study group wanted to step-up the challenge. This study of the Book of Romans has met that expectation. It's meaty and comprehensive, yet suitable for all levels of Bible students. It does involve ... Read full review

Contents

Letter to the Romans early 57
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John Davis is the founder and president of 2xtreme, P.C., a counseling center that serves families and at-risk youth in the Colorado area. He is also an in-demand speaker for schools, businesses, youth organizations, and churches. John lives with his wife and four children in southwest Denver.

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