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Cecil Sherman Formations Commentary: Romans to Revelation
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Cecil Sherman Formations Commentary: Romans to Revelation

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Helwys 2006

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Overview

Included in this commentary are seven chapters on Romans that focus on the law, being saved by faith, Christ’s love, being transformed, and the importance of being in harmony with fellow Christians. He expounds on seven chapters in 1 Corinthians and one in 2 Corinthians. He touches on important themes in Paul’s other epistles and pastoral letters, and then concentrates on passages in Hebrews and James that focus on faith as a source of strength and obedience, and its consistency with works. The remaining several chapters offer important lessons from Peter, Jude and the book of Revelation.

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Product Details

  • Title: Cecil Sherman Formations Commentary: Romans to Revelation
  • Author: Cecil Sherman
  • Publisher: Smyth & Helwys
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 200

About Cecil Sherman

Cecil Sherman has most recently served as visiting professor of pastoral ministries at the Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Sherman has pastored at Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas, from 1985–1992, and First Baptist Church in Asheville, North Carolina, from 1964–1984. He was the first executive head of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and served on the board of directors for the Alliance of Baptists. Sherman is a graduate of Baylor University and is the recipient of the Baylor Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni Award for 1992. He received a B.D. and Th.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Master of Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary. He has been very active in church life and community service and has written extensively, publishing numerous articles and several books. Sherman continues to write Sunday school literature and other Christian educational resources for Baptists.

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