Romans is based on Donald Barnhouse’s renowned series of radio broadcasts on the epistle from 1949 until his death in 1960. Demonstrating the author’s acute understanding of Romans and heart for effective preaching, these classic studies reverently expound even the most difficult passage in a clear way. Examining the Letter to the Romans phrase by phrase, Barnhouse elucidates the Scripture with reference to both its immediate context and the Bible’s overarching truths. Barnhouse’s zeal for a universal appreciation of the epistle fuels his commentary and invites all readers into a deeper understanding of the life-changing message of Romans.
Table of Contents
Preface I Our Seven-Fold Justification II Peace with God III Access IV Christ the Way V Standing in Grace VI Hope of Glory VII Hope in Death VIII The Present Hope IX Glory in Tribulation X God’s Purpose in Human Suffering XI Exemplary Suffering XII Steadfast Endurance XIII The Sources of Hope XIV The Breath of God XV Born into God’s Family XVI The Believer in Christ XVII Christ in the Believer XVIII A Finished Work XIX Love Poured Out XX Anchored within the Veil XXI Christ Died for the Ungodly XXII In Due Time XXIII God’s Love Commended XXIV Saved from Wrath XXV His Enemies XXVI Reconciliation XXVII The Power of Resurrection Life XXVIII None Like unto Our God
DONALD GREY BARNHOUSE (1895–1960) was a renowned evangelical preacher and pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia. Most famous for his radio broadcasts and public speaking, Barnhouse also founded, wrote for, and edited Revelation and Eternity magazines.
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