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Reading Romans through the Centuries: From the Early Church to Karl Barth
     

Reading Romans through the Centuries: From the Early Church to Karl Barth

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by Jeffrey P. Greenman (Editor), Timothy Larsen (Editor)
 

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What does it mean to be saved? Did God choose who would be his followers, or was it a personal choice? These are just some of the questions Paul addresses in the sixteen challenging chapters of his letter to the Romans.

Reading Romans shows how some of the greatest minds in the history of the church have wrestled with, and even been changed by, Paul's words. For

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What does it mean to be saved? Did God choose who would be his followers, or was it a personal choice? These are just some of the questions Paul addresses in the sixteen challenging chapters of his letter to the Romans.

Reading Romans shows how some of the greatest minds in the history of the church have wrestled with, and even been changed by, Paul's words. For example, God used a passage from Romans to speak to the untamed heart of Augustine, and John Wesley said that after hearing Martin Luther's comments on Romans, he felt his heart "strangely warmed." This book will show why, in many ways, Christian theology begins and ends with Romans.

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ISBN-13:
9781587431562
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Publication date:
12/01/2005
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.47(d)

Meet the Author

Jeffrey P. Greenman (Ph.D., University of Virginia) is academic dean and associate professor of theology and ethics at Regent College, Vancouver. He previously taught at Wheaton College.

Timothy Larsen (Ph.D., University of Stirling, Scotland) is associate professor of church history at Wheaton College.

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