5 edition of A commentary on st. Pauls Epistle to the Romans found in the catalog.
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In a sophisticated city like Rome, some might be embarrassed by a gospel centered on a crucified Jewish Savior and embraced by the lowest classes of people — but Paul is not ashamed.
Now I do not want you to be unaware, brethren, that I often planned to come to you but was hindered until nowthat I might have some fruit among you also, just as among the other Gentiles.from former Editions, either in Latin or in English; as they are to be found in the Old Translation already in the hands of the subscribers.
Let it not be supposed, that by discrediting some things, we discredit every thing said by the Fathers.
But let not the simple Christian conclude from the contrariety that is often found in the expositions on these two points, that there is no certainty in what is taught respecting them. Where more likely than among the Jews, as he had hitherto most clearly done; for he was the Apostle of the Circumcision, and among those to whom he sent his Epistles.
12 Therefore, just as through one person sin came into the world, and through sin death. His second Epistle to Timothy, his last, was written from Rome in 65. Besides those of Flatt and Tholuck in Germany, three at least have appeared in this country, and three in America. Best Sellers Rank: 500,354 in Books•
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One of only a few writings to be preserved of Pelagius, one of the most controversial figures of the early Christian church The Pelagian controversy - whether man is saved through predestination or by his own free will - has proved one of the most enduring and fiercely contended issues of the Christian church, and has secured Pelagius, a British theologian and exegete who taught in Rome during the late 4th and early 5th centuries, a lasting place within its history.
The Lectures of the Rev.
He wrote his first Epistle, that is, the first to the Thessalonians, in 52, seventeen years after his conversion.
The first Commentary published in this country, composed in English, was by Elnathan Parr, B.