Paul's Letter to the Romans: A pastoral commentary
Paul’s letter to the church in Rome – where he had not yet visited – is best understood as Paul writing the things he would otherwise have spoken had he been able to schedule a visit there. Many of the issues he had previously confronted, such as the Judaizing tendency to perpetuate observance of the Torah ceremonies, are discussed in some detail by Paul, and further commented on by Rev. Walhout.
What would Prophet Jeremiah tell us if he could talk to us today from his tent in Egypt? What would he say about how he became a prophet? why he got into so much trouble with the authorities? about his people carried off as captives? how he came to be living there in Egypt? Read here, in first-person style, what this prophet has to say about these…
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