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Thread: Donald Grey Barnhouse - Commentary on Romans

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    Donald Grey Barnhouse - Commentary on Romans

    Who knows this autor,and who knows his commenatry (4 vol. set) on Romans ? Is it worty to buy ?

    * Ralph Wilms (7-10-1974)
    * Church : Becoming catholic

    It is clear that he does not pray, who, far from uplifting himself to God, requires that God shall lower Himself to him, and who resorts to prayer not to stir the man in us to will what God wills, but only to persuade God to will what the man in us wills."-ST. THOMAS AQUINAS (12251274)

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    Dr. Barnhouse was the pastor of Tenth Presbyterian church before James Boice. I haven't read his Romans commentary but I think it would be a pretty safe buy. I used to listen to re-broadcasts of his radio program a few years ago. I think every show that I heard was on Romans. They were all pretty good from what I remember.

    My religious belief teaches me to feel as safe in battle as in bed. God has fixed the time for my death. I do not concern myself about that, but to always be ready, no matter when it may overtake me. - Stonewall Jackson

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    To my knowledge, pretty much anything coming out of Tenth Presby in Philadelphia is good: Barnhouse, Boice, and now Ryken.
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