I have always liked Timothy Keller’s books, perhaps because I am fond of and familiar with the academic, intellectual kind of voice and style that he adopts for his writings. As opposed to some also best-selling and popular Christian authors, I find that the likes of this author appeals, and hence engages most with my thoughts and the doubts and questions I have in my heart that sometimes I couldn’t just put to words properly. So, thanks Timothy Keller, for unjumbling my thoughts and arranging them well through your writings over the years.
This book itself, as with other titles within this series, or basically almost all books published by the publisher, is meant to be easily read and an introduction to the title. Hence in the first few pages you would see that this is not meant to be an exhaustive book, but instead, meant to open up your mind on the matters at hand, and also, how Romans 8-16 might apply to your life.
Anyone could read this book, and together with more in-depth guides, use this material for teaching others. Particularly I liked the fact that they have a glossary list and well referenced bibliography for this book. Enjoy!
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