The Book of Romans
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The Book of Romans

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The book of Romans is a letter written by the apostle Paul to the church in the Rome. It was written from Corinth in a.d. 57.

The book of Romans is a comprehensive essay on the Christian faith. A must-read detailing key concepts such as our spiritual condition (all have sinned), our need for salvation and God's gift of salvation through the work of Christ on the cross. Our justification through faith, our freedom from the law, from sin and from death. Our resurrection and glorification.

In this book Paul provides us with a clear understanding of Christian doctrine and the power of the gospel.

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