In this volume, Bible teacher William L. Pettingill sets forth a straightforward study of Romans, perfect for gaining an overview of this rich theological epistle. Pettingill breaks his work into four sections: sin, righteousness, vindication, and walk, according to the structure of the epistle.
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William L. Pettingill (1886–1950) was a preacher, teacher, and author. He cofounded the Philadelphia School of the Bible in 1913, and served as dean. He also served on the council of the Central American Mission and wrote widely. His books include Simple Studies in Daniel, Israel, Jehovah’s Covenant People, and Simple Studies in Matthew.