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by David N. Steele,Curtis C. Thomas

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  • ISBN 0875524435
  • ISBN13 978-0875524436
  • Language English
  • Author David N. Steele,Curtis C. Thomas
  • Publisher P & R Publishing (January 1, 1963)
  • Pages 216
  • Formats azw lrf lit docx
  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Bible Study and Reference
  • Size ePub 1468 kb
  • Size Fb2 1325 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 786

A study manual of Romans with a comprehensive tour map that includes a series of interpretive notes and charts on the major doctrines of the epistle.

Romans: Interpretive Outline (9780875524436) by David N. Steele, Curtis C. Thomas. Curtis C. Thomas served as pastor of Baptist churches in Arkansas.

Romans: Interpretive Outline (9780875524436) by David N. More recently, for fourteen years, he was the executive pastor of The Bible Church of Little Rock, an independent Reformed congregation. He retired after spending forty-four years in the ministry. Along with David Steele, he coauthored Romans: An interpretive Outline. He is also the author of Practical Wisdom for Pastors: Words of Encouragement and Counsel for a Lifetime of Ministry. He continues to write and is a frequent guest speaker in churches throughout central Arkansas and the surrounding area.

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Curtis C. More recently, for fourteen years he was the executive pastor of The Bible Church of Little Rock, an independent Reformed congregation. He retired after having spent forty-four years in the ministry. Steele, he coauthored Romans: An Interpretive Outline.

In this book, as well as The Epistle to the Romans, the reader will come face to face with some of the most sobering . I have found this book to be an excellent resource to learn the structure and meaning of Paul's letter to Rome.

In this book, as well as The Epistle to the Romans, the reader will come face to face with some of the most sobering and comforting doctrines taught in Scripture. A must have for any Bible student. An excellent tool for the Bible student or teacher. The authors included many useful and extensive notes, charts, and appendixes related to major doctrines in the letter. Appendix D contrasts the teachings of Calvinism and Arminianism and was published as a separate work by the same publishing company.

Romans: Interpretive Outline. David N. by. This book was exactly what I needed to read to answer my major questions on the book of Romans accumulated over decades. It wasn't too much, and it wasn't too little.

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He coauthored Romans: An Interpretive Outline.

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Questanthr
This is by far the best book on Romans than anything I could find. I read it several times. It is a easy read and I use it for reference.
6snake6
I first found this book at a sale in 1985 and at the time I was preaching through Romans. If you want a clear Scriptural treatment of the Doctrines of Grace I do not think you can do better. The authors have done a non-exhasustive commentary of the book simplying a way to grasp an understanding of the text and how the book ties together. For me, I have used the back of the book more than the front because of the abundance of Scripture for each of the five points of Calvinism from Old and New Testaments, plus a statement of each point contrasted with the five points of Arminianism. There is also an appendix dealing with Paul and James on Justification showing how they come at the doctrine from different perspectives, both being correct. Finally, there is an appendix dealing with Romans 7 and Paul's struggle with sin both before and after conversion. Sound exegesis, historical information and doctrinal emphasis will stand the test of time for this commentary. I repurchased the book when I found it in hardback. My original paperback had fallen apart from so much use. I wish it could be reprinted in hardback form because this book is a keeper on any pastor's library shelf.
Bandiri
This book has been passed down in our family; it has been read so much, that I have had to purchase it again! The book is less a commentary than it is a compilation or synopsis of the doctrines contained in Paul's letter. In this book, as well as The Epistle to the Romans, the reader will come face to face with some of the most sobering and comforting doctrines taught in Scripture. A must have for any Bible student.