Taken from addresses originally given by James Vance at the General Conference of Christian Workers in East Northfield, Massachusetts, August, 1917, in The Life of Service, this volume highlights and provides an analysis of some important Christian doctrines presented by Paul in Romans. Vance presents this work as “an effort to dwell on certain aspects of Paul’s spiritual experience, and show how his doctrinal views . . . were an expression of his experience.” His end goal is to give an analysis that treats the doctrine of Romans as well as Paul’s experience.
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James I. Vance also wrote Life’s Terminals, Tendency, The Young Man Foursquare, The Rise of a Soul, Royal Manhood, and others.