Expositions of Bible Doctrines: Taking the Epistle to the Romans as a Point of Departure - Vol. 4

Expositions of Bible Doctrines: Taking the Epistle to the Romans as a Point of Departure - Vol. 4

Expositions of Bible Doctrines: Taking the Epistle to the Romans as a Point of Departure - Vol. 4

Expositions of Bible Doctrines: Taking the Epistle to the Romans as a Point of Departure - Vol. 4

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Again it gives me great joy to present to the faithful readers of Dr. Bamhouse, God’s Covenants, the eighth volume of his series of studies of the whole Bible, taking as his point of departure the Epistle to the Romans.

In chapters nine through eleven, Paul’s main purpose, as seen in the light of the whole epistle, is to demonstrate that his great teaching on jusification, sanctification and the assurance of the believer, set forth in the first eight chapters, is not to overlook the blessing or restoration which is to come to his ancient people, Israel. These chapters show that God has not cast off His people, but that His ultimate purpose includes the fulfillment of every promise made to them.

Dr. Barnhouse has grasped these great truths and presented them in his own inimitable way.

I wish to thank Miss Olive DeGolia and Miss Mildred Horner for assisting me in the preparation of the manuscript.

If you are blessed by reading this book, will you remember the continuing ministries of the Evangelical Foundation in your prayers?

—RALPH L. KEIPER
Director of Research, Evangelical Foundation

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