Epistle to the Romans

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a New Testament book containing an exposition of the doctrines of Saint Paul

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James Davis, demanding to know his interpretation of certain passages found in the Book of Romans.
In the book of Romans he faces the second problem, that Israel, the Jewish people, in large measure did not accept Jesus as God's fulfiller of God's promises.
Our people believe national boundaries are to be respected and scripture reinforces the rule of law," said Jim Backlin, vice president of legislative affairs for the coalition, citing the New Testament's Book of Romans to argue his case.
offers continuing weekly Bible study this month on the Book of Romans.
Al mentioned how he was recently reading in the book of Romans where Paul says, " .
Breaking the Romans Code" is an analysis of the book of Romans from Wood, a cryptographer with a good deal of international acclaim.
Sunday service at Wooldale Methodist Free Church was led by Robert Nuttall, whose reading was taken from the book of Romans.
A court mandate that an offender attend religious services or a prosecutor who waves a Bible and points to the Book of Romans as he urges a jury to impose the death penalty are violations of the principle that government must be neutral on theological questions.
will continue to examine the Book of Romans through May.
Wayne Wolaver will deliver the sermon from the book of Romans at the 10 a.
Martin Lloyd Jones, for example, was famous for preaching a whole sermon on one verse of the Book of Romans during his year long weekly study of the book.
Prince William appeared to struggle to master his emotions as he read from the Book of Romans.
William, who spoke last week of his grief at his grandmother's death,gripped the lectern and his voice faltered as he read five verses from the Book of Romans.
The five verses from the book of Romans were her favourite and included the phrase 'nothing can come between us and the love of Christ'.
Taken from the Book of Romans, it included the words: "Nothing therefore can come between us and the love of Christ, even if we are troubled or worried, or being persecuted, or lacking food or clothes, or being threatened or even attacked.