Workbook in Romans
Arranged According to the History of Redemption
Weaver Book Company
This creative interactive workbook explores the storyline of the Bible through the lens of Romans. To put it another way, it probes the "back story" of Romans, that is, the story of redemption that lies beneath the surface of Paul's grand epistle and comes peeking out throughout his exposition. This new and unique way to study Romans adds richness and texture to Paul's grand epistle-and creates a new appreciation for the beauty of biblical redemption. "Through ten carefully constructed lessons," writes Dr. Michael J. Wilkins, the author "provides oversights of the plan of redemption throughout Scripture and then skillfully guides the reader with thought-provoking questions that lead to profound insights from the book of Romans." Berding concludes by applying the categories to redemptive life today and directing the reader to further resources for the study of Romans. This volume is the first of a series of four in the Workbooks in the History of Redemption series.
Kenneth Berding is professor of New Testament studies at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University. Before coming to Biola, he was a church planter in the Middle East. An overseer at Redemption Hill Church, he has a heart for God and ministry and has written many worship songs. He is the author or co-editor of numerous articles and books, including Sing and Learn New Testament Greek, Walking in the Spirit, What the New Testament Authors Really Cared About, Three Views on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament, and What Are Spiritual Gifts? Rethinking the Conventional View. He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, Institute for Biblical Research, and the Society of Biblical Literature.