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Drawing on his vast experience as a communicator of God's Word, Chuck Swindoll presents his legacy to all who read and love the Bible: Swindoll's New Testament Insights. Volume one in this brand-new, landmark series provides a wealth of colorful, detailed, and easy-to-understand insights into Paul's letter to the Romans.
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Published March 24th 2010 by Zondervan (first published December 4th 2009)
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This book is an excellent resource for a better understanding of the bible. I use it to supplement my daily reading and it has been extremely helpful to me. I love the way the book begins. Charles Swindoll's writing style takes you back 2000 years to when the book of Romans is said to be written. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants a better understanding of the book of Romans.
Charles “Chuck” Swindoll has indeed done an amazing job on Insights On Romans.
Listening to Swindoll on the radio is good. Reading his books is good. I never dreamed, however, that his commentary would be so good.
Swindoll combines an amazing amount of background information: society, geography, religious beliefs, politics, etc. He then shows how these things are relevant to the text.
Not only does he do this, but Swindoll takes the text and faithfully expounds upon it.
Then there are charts, maps,...more
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Charles Swindoll has devoted over four decades to two passions: an unwavering commitment to the practical communication and application of God's Word, and an untiring devotion to seeing lives transformed by God's grace. Chuck graduated magna cum laude from Dallas Theological Seminary and has since been honored with four doctorates. For his teaching on Insight for Living, he has received the Progra...more
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