The Epistle of the Apostle Paul to Romans, divided into seven parts, is Professor John Godwin’s vigorous effort to explain the book of Romans as simply and accurately as possible. His design was to add and take away nothing from the text, but instead to discuss clearly the doctrine Paul outlined in this letter to the Romans.
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- Contains an introduction that covers authorship, time and place, language, occasion, and purpose of the epistle
- Includes ample exposition on key concepts found in Romans
- Provides numerous notes appropriate for laity
- The Wrong-Doing and Guilt of Men Without Faith in God
- The Being Right Which Is of God Through Faith
- The New Life in Union to Christ by Faith
- Rejection of Jews Explained.—Necessity of Faith
- Christian Duties.—Fruits of Faith
- Title: The Epistle of the Apostle Paul to Romans
- Author: John H. Godwin
- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
- Publication Date: 1873
- Pages: 407
About John H. Godwin
John H. Godwin was a professor of New College, London, in the nineteenth century.