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Teaching Romans

Volume 1: Unlocking Romans 1-8 for the Bible Teacher

Christopher Ash


Pages: 320
Trim: Trade paperback (198 x 130mm)
Isbn 13: 9781845504557
List Price: £8.99
Series: Proclamation Trust
Imprint: Christian Focus
Category: Pastoral Help > Preaching & Sermon Preparation

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There are commentaries and there are books on preaching - but very few books that combine elements of both to enable the preacher or Bible teacher to prepare a series on specific sections of Scripture.


This series gives the Bible teacher suitable tools to understand the context of Biblical books; doctrinal themes; the methods of interpretation; the key interpretation points and how to communicate that message for the hearer.
Whilst very useful for preachers, this book is also aimed at equipping small group study leaders, youth workers and other Bible teachers.


The books are purposefully practical. Section One contains 'navigation' material to enable you to access the text of Romans. Section 2 works systematically through a suggested preaching or Bible study series. Preaching outlines and Bible study questions are included for each passage.


About Christopher Ash

Christopher Ash is Writer-in-Residence at Tyndale House and Ministry Trainer at St. Andrew the Great church in Cambridge. From 2004 to 2015 he was Director of the Proclamation Trust Cornhill Training Course. He has written several books, including 'Bible Delight: Psalm 119 for the Bible teacher and Bible hearer'.

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Proclamation Trust

Other items from the Proclamation Trust series:

Teaching Psalms Vol. 1

Teaching Psalms Vol. 1

From Text to Message

~ Christopher Ash

Teaching Acts

Teaching Acts

Unlocking the book of Acts for the Bible Teacher

~ David Cook

Teaching Amos

Teaching Amos

From text to message

~ Bob Fyall

Teaching Isaiah

Teaching Isaiah

Unlocking Isaiah for the Bible Teacher

~ David Jackman

> See all 37 items in this series


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Reviews

The task of moving from the text of Scripture to clear and faithful exposition is challenging. This series of excellent guides aims to help the Bible teacher to observe what is there in the text, and prepare to convey its significance to contemporary hearers. In this way these volumes often do more than the weightier technical commentaries. It is like having the guidance of an experienced coach in the wonderful work of rightly handling the word of truth.

John Woodhouse, Retired Principal and Lecturer in Doctrine and Old Testament, Moore College, Sydney, Australia


North India desperately needs men and women who will preach and teach the Bible faithfully and PT's Teaching series is of great value in encouraging them to do just that.

Isaac Shaw, Executive Director, Delhi Bible Institute, New Delhi, India


The need of the hour is Bible knowledge. When knowledge fails, faith fails, and we are shaped instead by cultural forces alien to God. This teaching series, written by skilled and trustworthy students of God's word, helps us to understand the Bible, believe it and obey it. I commend it to all Bible readers, but especially those whose task it is to teach the inspired word of God.

Peter Jensen, Retired Archbishop of Sydney, Sydney, Australia


The Teaching series is a great resource for Bible study leaders and pastors, indeed for any Christian who wants to understand their Bible better.

Mark Dever, Senior Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church and President, 9Marks.org, Washington, DC


Personally, I found the structure of each chapter extremely helpful. After analysing and explaining the meaning of the text, the author moves from text to teaching. In this section the basic theme and aim are clarified and pointers to application made. This is perhaps what lifts these volumes beyond the limits of a normal commentary. It is also what Bible teachers and study leaders will find most attractive about them. Applying the ancient text to the modern listener isn't always an easy thing to do. Under pressure to seem practical and relevant, preachers are often tempted to the sin of 'false application' by which the instructions they give are forced onto, rather than derived out of, the text.

Evangelicals Now


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