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Wednesday Giveaway - NIVAC Romans

Categories Theology New Testament

NICAC Romans Few books of the Bible have become so central to Christian thought and practice as Romans. From Augustine, to Luther, to Barth, many of theology's most influential figures have been shaped and transformed by Paul's longest epistle.

Of course, so much emphasis on Romans has also led to some confusion. There are many questions about what it meant in its original context, and just as many about what it means for the church today.

In today's giveaway, the NIV Application Commentary on Romans, Douglas Moo attempts to address both sides of that equation, examining the historical context of Romans, its theology, and how this message matters to our contemporary context.

Moo is a something of an expert on Romans (having written five books on this one epistle), and in this commentary he combines that technical expertise with a pastoral voice and an eye to the practicalities of applying Paul's words in the church and the world.

There are two copies of the NIVAC volume on Romans up for grabs, and this giveaway will run through Thursday.

To enter simply comment below with your answer to this question. If you could ask Paul one thing about the epistle to the Romans, what would it be?

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