Luther’s Commentary on Romans

Adult Education Bible Study: Sundays, beginning September 9, at 9:45 a.m.

You are invited to join the Adult Christian Education Team’s Bible study, which begins studying Luther’s Commentary on Romans on Sunday, September 9.

In the fall of 1515, Martin Luther began to teach the book of Romans to his students at the University of Wittenberg. As he painstakingly prepared his lectures and studied the Greek text, he gradually realized, and then embraced, the book’s central theme — salvation is by grace alone through faith alone. That spark of truth ignited Dr. Luther’s own spiritual life and the fires of the Protestant Reformation that would follow. Join us as we use this concise, practical, and devotional guide to reading St. Paul’s letter to the Romans.

Dr. Richard L. McGough III
Rich McGough

After a time of fellowship and light refreshments in the Sharp Atrium at 9:30 a.m., please join our discussion leader, Dr. Richard L. McGough III, in the Hulme Room at 9:45 a.m. This study will continue through May 2019.

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