A Study Guide for the Book of Romans

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Were the Jews replaced? Not by any means. They were chosen to set up the temple, and were given the commandments that pointed to Christ.

Much every way: chiefly, because that unto them were committed the oracles of God. Many Christian forget the importance the Jews had in Biblical history and the importance they still have to God. Chapter 11 will lead us deeper into this topic. Darlene, Thank you so much for taking the time to clarify this for me. I really appreciate it. It helps me understand your heart. Blessings, Jamileh.

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I could not find the link to the free questions, reading and the coloring page. Did I just miss it or we do not have them this time Thanks for your time.

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Darlene, I enjoy your studies. I appreciate your hard work and devotion you do for others May God Bless You. I have purchased all of your bible study journals and prayer journals and am currently attempting to print all the study guides and printable resources so that I can complete your previous studies on my own. I am really excited about being able to follow along with you during this one!

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I appreciate your dedication and hard work! You are an inspiration to me. I hope that answers your question.

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There is a blog post here on the blog every Monday during the study that will include the schedule for the week, the coloring page and the extra verse printables. So since this study starts tomorrow, the first week worth of printables will be posted tomorrow. Hope this helps!

Click through the table of contents above to find them. Hi Sarah. The study is free and the journal from Amazon is optional. I just received my Study of Romans journal I am excited to begin this study this will be my first online study… I have the prayer journal and I use it often …thank you for sharing with us. Do your children participate in National Bible Bowl? This year and last you have covered the books they are studying! I enjoyed the Romans Bible study.

Because Romans is a book for believers and unbelievers, for Jew and Gentile, the lessons and discussion questions deal with the perspectives of each group. Even so, the study guide was produced in a primarily English Gentile Christian environment, so that is the bent of the study. One disagreement that I shared was a curious place in Romans where the commentary and suggested questions seemed to disparage conservation and environmental concerns that some Christians hold.

Regardless, on the whole this is a minor quibble with an excellent resource for studying the book of Romans. It also could be used profitably for small group study as discussion questions are included. But with its original transliterated language and technical theological footnotes, many readers might be intimidated.

And if not, other readers might be carried away into the weeds of interpretation and theological controversy, and so lose the forest of Romans for the leaves on the trees.

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Barnett proves to be a reliable guide, interacting with both evangelical and critical scholarship. While he usually sides with other evangelical interpreters, he gleans valuable insights from more critical scholarly studies. As a commentary, one of its weaknesses is a small bibliography.

Barnett interacts with many more sources in the footnotes, but his primary commentary sources on the book of Romans appear to be just 5 books. I think that list should be longer. If the 5 are his top recommended commentaries for further study, that should be stated. Such a list would be more helpful if it was longer, categorized, and annotated. Both the study guide and the commentary worked well together.

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They mostly complemented each other. Thus they serve as a good team of resources for studying Romans in a group. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.

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