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Invitation to Romans: Planning Kit: A Short-Term Disciple Bible Study

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Invitation To Romans
8 sessions, 60-90 minutes
Experience required: In Depth

Exploring how people have interpreted Romans through the ages is a good lens to view
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Published September 1st 2006 by Abingdon Press
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Kevin
Feb 24, 2009 Kevin rated it liked it
This is an intriguing study of Romans with the caveat that it is really a challenge to strict Calvinist theology. The author is basically a universalist who believes that much of our thinking about Paul has been warped by the dominant interpretations from Augustine, Calvin, Luther, etc. She prefers Origen. That said, often a challenge to traditional way of thinking is a good way to look at ideas in new ways. And this study accomplishes that, IMO.
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