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The Letter to the Romans

Author: William Barclay
Publisher: Louisville : Westminster John Knox Press, ©2002.
Series: New Daily study Bible series.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 3rd ed. fully rev. & updatedView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Barclay
ISBN: 066422556X 9780664225568
OCLC Number: 52382048
Description: xxvii, 262 pages ; 19 cm.
Contents: Introduction to the Letter to the Romans --
A call, a gospel and a task --
The courtesy of greatness --
Good news of which to be proud --
The wrath of God --
People with whom God can do nothing --
An age of shame --
The life which has left God out of the reckoning --
The responsibility of privilege --
The unwritten law --
The real Jews --
God's faithfulness and our unfaithfulness --
The christless world --
The only way to be right with God --
The end of the way of human achievement --
The faith which takes God at his word --
The father of the faithful --
All is of grace --
Believing in the God who makes the impossible possible --
At home with God --
The final proof of love --
Ruin and rescue --
Dying to live --
The practice of the faith --
The exclusive possession --
The new allegiance --
The exceeding sinfulness of sin --
The human situation --
The liberation of our human nature --
The two principles of life --
Entry into the family of God --
The glorious hope --
All is of God --
The love from which nothing can separate us --
The problem of the Jews --
The tragic failure --
The choice of God --The sovereign will of God --
The potter and the clay --
The Jewish mistake --
Mistaken zeal --
The destruction of excuses --
The hardness of the heart --
The wild olive --
privilege and warning --
That mercy may be for all --
The cry of the adoring heart --
The true worship and the essential change --
Members of one body --
The Christian life in everyday action --
Christians and their neighbours --
Christians and the state --
The debts which must be paid and the debt which can never be paid --
The threat of time --
Respect for scruples --
Tolerance for another person's point of view --
Different roads to the same goal --
The impossibility of isolation --
Under judgment --
Respect for a neighbour's conscience --
The peril of Christian freedom --
Respect for weaker Christians --
The marks of the fellowship --
The inclusive church --
The words reveal the person --
Plans present and future --
Open-eyed into danger --
A letter of commendation --
A household which was a church --
To every name a commendation --
Hidden stories --
A last loving appeal --
Greetings --
The end is praise.
Series Title: New Daily study Bible series.
Responsibility: William Barclay.
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