Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Carroll on Romans

B. H. Carroll (1843-1914) on the book of Romans (from An Interpretation of the Engish Bible, Vol. XIV, p. 79):

It is the most fundamental, vital, logical, profound, and systematic discussion of the whole plan of salvation in all the literature of the world.  It touches all men; it is universal in in application; its roots, not only in man's creation and fall, but also in the timeless purposes and decrees of God before the world was, and fruits in the eternity after this world's purgation.

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