Although begun as a personal letter, this epistle was undoubtedly intended by the writer to serve as a systematic presentation of the Gospel which he preached. It has been heralded as the most complete single systematic presentation of the great theme of justification by faith. Of all the Pauline epistles, Romans has exerted the most influence of Christian thought! It has been appraised by many for its immense value:
Martin Luther said: “It is the chief book of the New Testament.”
Frédéric Louis Godet commented: “It is the Cathedral of the Christian faith.”
W. H. Griffith Thomas observed: “It is a theological education in itself.”
B. H. Carroll stated: “It is the most fundamental, vital, logical, profound, and systematic discussion of the whole plan of salvation in all the literature of the world.”
Dr. Alexander Granados, President of Southeastern Bible College, invites you to join him for a thematic journey through the book of Romans. On this exciting biblical voyage, you will explore God’s complete plan of redemption provided through Jesus Christ. Evening classes will begin Monday, January 26 at 7:00 p.m. and meet in classroom 244 (entrance A). Morning classes will begin Tuesday, January 27 at 10:30 a.m., and will also meet in classroom 244. To register for this free class, register online at www.sebc.edu or contact Anita Scroggins at (205) 970-9213 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.