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by Kenneth O. Gangel

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Romans - 12 inductive studies on why we rejoice in our faith and freedom.

Law and Grace. Faith and righteousness.

The great themes of the book of Romans resound across the centuries. For the Christians living in the seat of absolute power for the Roman empire, their lives were filled with stress and questions.

For the first Christians, faith meant intense, difficult, heart-wrenching decisions. The lions were real. Rome's opposition unrelenting. Into this arena, Paul presents the solid doctrinal foundation the Roman Christians needed.

"The just shall live by faith." The book of Romans declares this truth. But do we really know what that means or how to do it? God expects us to know His truth - and declare with the same courage of those who faced the lions for their faith: "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ."

The studies in this book are based on the King James Version of the Bible.

Kenn and Betty Gangel have written together and taught in Sunday Schools for many years. Dr. Gangel is a recognized expert in Christian Education and is Vice-President of Academic Affairs and Academic dean and Dallas Theological Seminary. Together, their combined expertise creates a unique Bible study both men and women, married or single, will find challenging and real in today's world.

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