One may have eyes to see, but if the world around oneself is dark, clear sight is still prohibited. To reverse the scenario, the entire world may be illuminated, but if one’s eyesight is bad, one will not see. Thomas Chalmers introduces us to the book of Romans with that analogy, providing over 500 pages of profound insight into this doctrinally rich book of the Bible. His untitled lectures work their way sequentially through the book of Romans.
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- Contains sequential lectures spanning the entirety of Romans
- Includes ample exposition on key concepts found in the epistle
- Provides rich exegesis that enhances personal study
- Title: Lectures on the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans
- Author: Thomas Chalmers
- Publisher: Robert Carter
- Publication Date: 1874
- Pages: 521
About Thomas Chalmers
Thomas Chalmers (1780–1847), a Scottish mathematician, was also a theologian and pastor who later became a leader of the Free Church of Scotland. He was also very involved with the educational system and as an advocate for the poor. Chalmers wrote many theological resources during his lifetime.