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Romans 1: Notes and Reflections

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Mormon general, New Testament
Paperback, 144 pages
Published November 1st 1999 by F.A.R.M.S.
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Karl Nehring
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This book presents Dr. Faulconer's own translation along with the KJV and JST translations, together with his commentary. As a professional philosopher and a knowledgeable LDS scholar, he digs into the meaning and implication of what Paul has written to deliver an informative and practical end product. Reading his commentary makes you want to dig more deeply into the scriptures, which is precisely what Dr. Faulconer had in mind for his readers as he worked so hard on this brief but ever-so-engag ...more
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James E. Faulconer is an American philosopher, a Richard L. Evans professor of philosophy at Brigham Young University, the director of BYU's London Centre, a fellow and associate director of the Wheatley Institution, and the former dean of Undergraduate Education and chair of the Philosophy Department at BYU. Brother Faulconer received his BA in English from BYU. He then received master's and PhD ...more