No book in the entire Bible has had such an impact for theological conversion as Paul's Epistle to the Romans. St. Augustine came to Christ on hearing Romans 13:11-14; Martin Luther's study of the book brought him to an understanding of salvation by grace alone through faith; John Wesley's heart was "strangely warmed" as he listened to the reading of Luther's Preface to the Book of Romans at a little Moravian chapel in Aldersgate; and Karl Barth sounded the death knell of pre-World War I liberal theology with his Commentary on Romans. Now, Dr. John Warwick Montgomery provides a long-awaited popular exposition of the book from the standpoint of historic Reformation and evangelical commitment.
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