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Man's Ruin
Donald Grey Barnhouse
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Man's Ruin

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“Why have I chosen to direct your attention to that epistle of Paul’s which was sent originally to the Roman church? It is because the epistle to the Romans has the most complete diagnosis of the plague of man’s sin, and the most glorious setting forth of the simple remedy of justification by faith apart from the works of the law.” Thus begins Part One of Barnhouse’s ...more
Paperback, 301 pages
Published 1952
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Oct 02, 2016 Robert rated it it was amazing
A rich and wonderful expository teaching on Romans chapter 1. Barnhouse takes the reader deep into each verse but in a very accessible way. It is hard to leave this book (Book 1 of 10) with out a much better understanding of not only this particular chapter but, as the title suggests, our own Ruin apart from Christ.
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Donald Grey Barnhouse Th.D was an American Christian preacher, pastor, theologian, radio pioneer, and writer. He was pastor of the Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from 1927 to his death in 1960. As a pioneer in radio broadcasting, his program, The Bible Study Hour, continues today and is now known as Dr. Barnhouse & the Bible.

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