The Book of Romans - Verbum (Digital) Study


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This digital edition lets you access your study on any device.

Romans is a 25 lesson study.

Study Binder contains the written commentary and questions for each lesson.

Suggested Responses are included in the back of each binder.

Commentary written by Dr. Scott Hahn and Mark Shea.
Video Lectures presented by Fr. Patrick Winslow

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This is probably the most difficult of all St. Paul's letters as well as the single most disputed Biblical book between Catholics and Protestants. This book written by St. Paul is the book from which Martin Luther built his doctrine of "justification by faith alone". Luther twisted St. Paul's words to fit his own false teaching and even added (in his Lutheran Bible) the word "alone" to Romans 3:28 in his attempt to further enhance his doctrine of "Sola Fide", by faith alone we are saved.