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  • Author: R.C. Bell
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Download Bell, R.C. - Studies in Romans

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R.C. Bell

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Studies in Romans

This book of 212 pages consists of 52 lessons, taking the reader through the entire book of Romans.  It is perfectly designed for a year-long study of this epistle of Paul (52 lessons, 52 weeks).  Each lesson ends with seven discussion questions designed to encourage thinking on the subjects covered in that lesson.

It is written to be easily accessible by the average Bible reader, but also thought-provoking for the mature Christian. It is easy to understand this book.  It is not a commentary (though there are comments on the verses).  This is a book designed to help Christians get the most out of Romans and make it practical in their lives.

About this Edition

This book was scanned, converted, proofread (typos corrected), and edited (verse reference made explicit) to give the reader the most pleasing reading experience possible.

About the Author

R.C. Bell attended Nashville Bible School, and later taught at:
  • Potter Bible College
  • Western Bible and Literary College
  • Cordell Christian College
  • Thorp Spring Christian College
  • Harding College (now Harding University)
  • Abilene Christian College (now University)
One of Bell's favorite saying was, "If you get Romans, God gets you."

This book was originally published in 1957.  According to the Copyright Renewal Database, it was never renewed, and therefore the original text is in the public domain.

It is available in pdf format here.

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