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The Epistle to the Romans
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The Epistle to the Romans


Fleming H. Revell 1897

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Published in 1897, The Epistle to the Romans is a meticulous study of the entire book of Romans, written by nineteenth century theologian James Madison Stifler.

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Key Features

  • Proposes dispassionate study to ascertain the meaning of Paul’s language
  • Includes thorough exposition on key concepts found in Romans
  • Provides a thoughtful outline of the epistle


  • Introduction
  • The Outlook
  • The Jews Equally Guilty with the Gentiles
  • The Argument on Sin Concluded, and the Second Main Division of the Epistle—Righteousness—Begun
  • Righteousness by Faith in Harmony with the Old Testament Scriptures
  • Justification by Faith Secures the Final Salvation of Believers
  • Justification by Faith Does not Favor a Sinful Course of Life
  • The Law Cannot Sanctify
  • In Christ Jesus a Godly Life is Insured by the Holy Spirit
  • The Theodicy—God’s Present Dealing with the Jews
  • Israel’s Rejection Considered
  • Israel’s Failure Their Own Fault
  • Israel’s Failure not Complete
  • Religious Duties
  • Civil Duties of Believers
  • Fraternal Duties in Matters of Conscience
  • Love Within the Church

Product Details

  • Title: The Epistle to the Romans
  • Author: James Madison Stifler
  • Publisher: Revell
  • Publication Date: 1897
  • Pages: 275

About James Madison Stifler

James Madison Stifler, American-born theologian, was a professor of New Testament exegesis in Crozer Theological Seminary in Chester, Pennsylvania. He lived during the nineteenth century.