This volume picks up Philip Mauro’s study of Romans—begun in God’s Gospel and God’s Righteousness—and gives a detailed analysis of Romans 5:12 through Romans 7:13, with a practical rather than doctrinal emphasis. He focuses his study on Paul’s teaching concerning sin, death, the Law, and eternal life. He also begins discussing the present ministry of the Holy Spirit.
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Philip Mauro (1859–1952) was a prominent patent lawyer who became a Christian in 1903, at age 45. He went on to become prolific writer, author of books including God’s Pilgrims, More than a Prophet, The Hope of Israel, and The Church.