In order to rightly divide the word of truth, we need to accompany our bible reading with bible study materials. Reading the bible in isolation and reading only the bible leads us to force meanings on verses and come away with faulty conclusions. It is vital that we turn to writings we can trust to supplement our bible reading.

In order to assist with that, the Amarillo Primitive Baptist church website and Facebook page will highlight one Featured Writing each month. We encourage you to visit the website listed and purchase this writing to supplement your studies. The Amarillo PBC is not making money from this promotion. Our only reason is to help the bible student in their following of Jesus Christ.

Our Featured Writing for March 2021 is Romans: The Theological Masterpiece (Volume I) by Elder Joe Holder.

Volume 1 of Joe Holder’s exposition of Romans covers Romans chapters 1 through 8. With the kind of precise and pertinent analyses readers have come to expect from him, Holder tackles what is arguably Paul’s most comprehensive treatment of Christian doctrine in the New Testament. Romans is, indeed, a “theological masterpiece.” Against the dark background of man’s tragic sinfulness, it paints the brilliant scene of God’s gracious gift of righteousness through the Lord Jesus Christ. Then, it calls for a practical response of faith and godliness in the believer’s daily walk of discipleship.

It is our hope that this featured writing will be an aide to you as you study the book of Romans and learn more about the beautiful doctrine of Jesus Christ.

May God bless you in your studies.

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