This is a true saying, and everyone should believe it: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners. I Timothy 1:15

Romans: The Gospel of God’s Grace

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Any student who has sat under Alva J. McClain in his class on Romans could testify to his remarkable and soul-searching messages on that book. In his more than thirty years of service at Grace Theological Seminary in Indiana, McClain gathered quite a reputation for that class. Herman A. Hoyt, successor to McClain as president of Grace, was one of his students.

In the hopes that these thrilling, thorough, and scholarly competent messages might challenge hearts once again, Hoyt has carefully edited them for reproduction in book form.

Alva J. McClain approaches Romans from a double perspective. He breaks the text down as first, justification; second, faith; and third, life. From another perspective is the theme-- ’’I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ’’ (Romans 1:16).

In further development of this double perspective, McClain breaks the epistle down into the following areas:

  • Condemnation -- The Wrath of God Revealed
  • Salvation -- The Righteousness of God Revealed
  • Vindication -- The Wisdom of God Revealed
  • Exhortation -- The Will of God Revealed

    In Romans, as in the Greatness of the Kingdom, you can experience much from the man referred to by leading, conservative scholars as a man who had the finest grasp of the significance of the biblical teaching about the kingdom of God of any man in our generation.

    Paperback, 253 pages.