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From the author of the acclaimed Parables of Jesus commentary comes this new volume exploring one of the most significant theological documents ever written. Drawing on more than thirty years of experience teaching Romans, Arland Hultgren engages the text of Paul's letter using careful exegesis in conversation with scores of contemporary biblical scholars.

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Christopher Bryan "Ben Witherington's sensible, clearly written commentary is based on a sound knowledge of the first-century Jewish and Greco-Roman discourses of which Paul's letter to the Romans was a part, yet it also makes a point of addressing issues and concerns pertinent to twenty-first-century Christian life and faith.

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This is a print on demand book and is therefore non- returnable. The Origin of Paul's Religion (1921) is perhaps Machen's best known scholarly work. This book was a successful attempt at critiquing the Modernist belief that Paul's religion was based mainly upon Greek philosophy and was entirely different from the religion of Jesus.

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Turn in your Bible to Acts 25. And I just want to get us back into the study of Paul and Agrippa, and Bernice. I never realized that there would be such a stir, but all the people who have been named...

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Todd D. Still-- Truett Seminary, Baylor University "When a commentator of Ben Witherington's skill, experience, and stature turns his learned eye and directs his limpid prose to Paul's beloved letter to the Philippians, expectations are exceedingly high.

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When I was a pastoring churches I had attended various Bible conferences where the speakers were always introduced as men who had pastored huge churches, they had written several successful books, they had preached everywhere and had even visited the far flung mission fields of the world and they were also the most sought after speakers and if we who were on the front lines of ministry ever ...

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The Bible’s silence on the ultimate fate of Paul has engendered a great deal of debate in modern times. The book of Acts ends with Paul sitting in a Roman prison awaiting his hearing before the Roman emperor, a privilege of appeal that all Roman citizens possessed. However, the writing of the Pastoral Epistles clearly dates to a time after ...

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Paul's thought largely influenced Christian doctrine by means of 13 or 14 letters, the Pauline epistles, included in the New Testament. Perhaps his most recognizable passage—to modern wedding ...

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The Bible does not say whether he did or not. We do however have the account of the first century author, Clement of Rome, regarding Paul. "After preaching both in the east and west, he gained the illustrious reputation due to his faith, having taught righteousness to the whole world, and ...

www.gty.org/library/sermons-library/1729/the-transformed-life-part-2

In Acts chapter 9 we study, really, the conversion of Saul of Tarsus. We are going to follow the subject “the transformed life” from verse 10 through verse 31. Now, we’ll never be able to cover al...