Includes 25 lessons with suggested responses and commentary on the biblical text.
This is probably the most difficult of all St. Paul’s letters, as well as the single-most disputed biblical book between Catholics and Protestants. This book, written by St. Paul, is the book from which Martin Luther built his doctrine of “justification by faith alone.” This study shows how Luther twisted St. Paul’s words to fit his own teaching and even added (in his Lutheran Bible) the word “alone” to Romans 3:28 in his attempt to further enhance his doctrine of “Sola Fide.”
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This Bible study program is rooted in sound Biblical scholarship and in the Church’s magisterium. I hope you will welcome and support this important Bible study program in your parishes.
—Most Rev. Peter Jugis, bishop, Charlotte
This program covers all the desirable bases—thorough textual analysis and exegesis, stimulating questions to engage the individual subscriber, and direct and faithful connections of what has been studied to the Catechism, and to the magisterial writings of the Church. I can easily assure any pastor, that this program will not only enhance the spiritual lives of your people individually, but also the level of spiritual vitality of your parish.
—Most Rev. John F. Donoghue, archbishop emeritus, Atlanta