Scripture texts: Romans 1:1-7; 15:15-33           Preacher: Rev David Sutherland        Date: 8 February 2015 (Evening)

All 66 Books which together make up our Bible deserve our attention and will reward careful study; a small number of them, however, are given special prominence for a variety of reasons, and by common consent Paul’s Epistle to the Romans stands paramount. Described by William Tyndale as “the principle and most excellent part of the New Testament”, the Book of Romans has spoken to Christians down the ages in a unique way. To introduce the forthcoming monthly exposition of Romans, which will be published on this site, this sermon sets out the case for putting the Letter to the Romans at the very top of our list for study.

Why we should study Paul’s Letter to the Romans