Lectures, Explanatory and Practical, on the Epistle of Saint Paul to the Romans
by John Fry
James Duncan 1825
Although all Scripture is God-breathed, John Fry believes that some texts are more significant than others. To him, the book of Romans is among the more important New Testament epistles.Lectures, Explanatory and Practical, on the Epistle of Saint Paul to the Romans is a critical exegesis that systematically discusses all 15 chapters of Romans, laying out the doctrine this great book contains in an accessible manner.
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- Contains a series of lectures spanning the entire epistle
- Includes in addition to verse by verse exposition a synopsis of the entire book of Romans
- Provides material ideal for in-depth study
- Title: Lectures, Explanatory and Practical, on the Epistle of Saint Paul to the Romans
- Author: John Fry
- Publisher: William Oliphant
- Publication Date: 1852
- Pages: 487
About John Fry
John Fry (1775–1849), a graduate of University College in Oxford, went on to become the rector of Desford in Leisestershire. Having written quite a few books himself, he was also the brother of another well-known theological writer, Caroline Fry.