The Letter to the Romans stands as Paul's most significant message on how to begin and maintain a loving relationship with God and others. The Holy Spirit often leads those seeking to understand the essentials of saving and sanctifying faith to read Romans. Beginning with "Principles of Righteousness," Finney's Lessons on Romans presents an authoritative collection of Finney's teachings on how to live for Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Charles G. Finney became the greatest American preacher and theologian of the Nineteenth-Century. He traveled as an evangelist and revivalist in America and abroad, served in settled pastorates, taught as a professor of theology, promoted the abolition of slavery and equal rights, helped found and served as President of Oberlin College. Just as one cannot understand the Great Awakening without studying Jonathan Edwards, one cannot understand the great revivals and the theological and social movements in Nineteenth-Century America without studying Charles G. Finney. Because Finney's teachings remained true to the Bible and common sense, his message transformed thousands.
In this new Finney's Principles series book, the Study Questions by the editor and the Commentary by Henry Cowles will help you apply Finney's teachings.
The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Edition of "Principles of Righteousness: Finney's Lessons on Romans, Volume I" will continue the Finney's Principles series, which began with the publication of Finney's "Principles of Prayer" in 1980. L.G. Parkhurst, Jr., the compiler and editor of the Finney's Principles series, will complete Finney's Lessons on Romans, with "Principles of Peace: Volume II" and "Principles of Joy in the Holy Spirit: Volume III". To learn more about the Finney's Principles series and find additional study resources, visit www.FinneysPrinciples.com and www.AgionPress.com
"For the kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking, but of righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit"-Romans 14:17.
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