Lectures on the Epistle to the Romans is a three-volume collection of lectures and sermons that the Scottish Congregationalist Ralph Wardlaw preached on the book of Romans. These lectures began as sermons to Scottish congregations, and over his life, Wardlaw refined them for eventual publication. After his death, these 71 lectures were compiled and edited by his son, J. S. Wardlaw.
Wardlaw’s astute exegesis is thought-provoking as well as comprehensive, with each lecture covering the biblical text verse by verse through the entire book. Though Christ’s time on earth was documented in the Gospels, Wardlaw contends that essential Christian doctrines also exist outside of those four books. He demonstrates that Romans is key to any personal understanding of Christ and his work.
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Ralph Wardlaw was a nineteenth-century biblical scholar and pastor.