Understanding The Bible
STUDY REFERENCE
Clarence E. Mason's "ROMANS and GALATIANS"

 

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THE EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS
  ROMANS - Introductory Remarks:
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 1-3)
  Introduction, Romans 1:1-17
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 4-6a)
  Division 1 - Doctrinal, Romans 1:18-8:39
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 6b-19)
  Division 2 - Dispensational, Romans 9-11
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 20-24)
  Division 3 - Exhortational, Romans 12:1-15:7
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 25-27a)
  Conclusion, Romans 15:8-16:27
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 27b-28)
THE EPISTLE TO THE GALATIANS
  Introduction, Characteristics, and Summary Outline
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 29-32a)
  Analysis of Galatians (follows outline by W. Graham Scroggie)
  I.  Introduction, 1:1-10
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 32b-33a)
  II. Paul Vindicates His Apostolic Authority. 1:11-2:11
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 33b-35a)
  III. The Doctrinal Argument, 3:1-5:1
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 35b-37a)
  IV. A Practical Exhortation to Enter Into the Full Consequences of Their Spiritual Liberation 5:2-6:10
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 37b-39a)
  V. Conclusion
(Romans and Galatians, PCB 1965: p. 39b)

 

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