A Study of Romans
There is perhaps no single written work that has attracted more study, more commentary, or more debate over the centuries than Paul's letter to the Romans.
It is the theological masterpiece of Christianity's most influential apostle. Its words inspired a Roman philosopher named Augustine to convert to Christianity, a German monk named Martin Luther to begin a reformation, an English priest named John Wesley to preach a message of new birth, and a Swiss theologian named Karl Barth to demolish the reigning liberalism of his day.
More than any of that, though, this letter has taught millions of Christians across thousands of years how to think about, speak about, and live out their faith in what Paul refers to as "the gospel of God."
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