Teaching Romans Volume 1 Paperback
Unlocking Romans 1-8 for the Bible teacher
by Christopher Ash;
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Teaching Romans Volume 1
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This series gives the Bible teacher sutiable tools to understand the context of Biblical books; doctrinal themes; the methods of interpretation; the kep interpreation points and how to comunicvate that message for the hearer. Whilst very useful for preachers, this book is also aimed at equipping small group study leaders, youth workers and other Bible teachers.
The books are purposefully practical. Section One contains 'navigation' material to get you in the text of Romansd. Section 2 works systematically through a sugested preaching or Bible study series. Preaching outlines and Bible sutdy questions are included for each passage.
Christopher Ash is an ordained minister in the Anglican Church and Director of the Cornhill Training Course, a one-year course designed to provide Bible-handling and practical ministry skills to those exploring their future role in Christian work.
Teaching Romans Volume 1 by Christopher Ash was published by Christian Focus Publications in May 2009 and is our 15551st best seller. The ISBN for Teaching Romans Volume 1 is 9781845504557.
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Teaching RomansAlan Hill, via The Good Book Stall
This is a commentary and more. Written from a conservative evangelical perspective, Christopher Ash has written a most helpful book for preachers and teachers.
The book aims to give the preacher the tools he needs to preach or teach a series from Romans. Each chapter is brim full of valuable resources. First there is a brief verse by verse commentary, and then a summary of the main themes of the passage, then suggested points of application, then some sermon outlines and finally questions that could be asked at a Bible study.
As a pure commentary Christopher Ash’s exposition is sure footed and sound if a little brief in places. He highlights the Greek meaning of words where necessary and is particularly good at showing emphasis that has been lost in translation.
The book really comes into its own in the helps it provides to preachers. I like how he transfers the Jewish/Gentile Christian issues into today’s largely Gentile church situation. The points of application are wide ranging and challenging. There are some striking suggested illustrations. The sermon outlines allow for everything from a 3 sermon mini-series to a 42 sermon exposition of the whole book.
For the preacher to fully grasp the meaning of Romans, this reviewer suggests you would also need a more in depth commentary (such as William Hendriksen’s), but overall this is a valuable resource and highly recommended for anyone preparing to preach on Romans.
Teaching Romans Volume Two – Unlocking Romans 9-16 for the Bible teacher, is ISBN – 978-1-845-50455-7
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Details for Teaching Romans Volume 1
|Page last updated||20th January 2010|
|Author / Artist||Christopher Ash|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (May 2009)|
|Number of Pages||320|