The book of Romans has been described in the following ways by some of Christian history’s greatest preachers and theologians:
- “When any one gains a knowledge of this Epistle, he has an entrance opened to him to all the most hidden treasures of Scripture.” John Calvin
- “Romans is the cathedral of the Christian Faith” Frederick Godet
- Upon reading the preface of Luther’s commentary on Romans, John Wesley said, “I felt my heart strangely warmed. I feel I did trust in Christ, Christ alone, for salvation; and an assurance was given me that He had take away my sins, even mine, and saved me from the law of sin and death.”
- “It has been said the Romans will delight the greatest logician and captivate the mind of the consummate genius, yet will bring tears to the humblest soul and refreshment to the simplest mind. It will knock you down and then lift you up. I twill strip you naked and then clothe you with eternal elegance.” John MacArthur
Just what is about this book of Romans? We’re doing to take a journey through this amazing book of the New Testament and discover that as Paul describes in details the implications of the gospel of God that “the beauty of Christ” will continue to surface again and again. Please join us!