Book Blurbs: Reading Romans with Luther, by RJ Grunewald

Concordia Seminary, St. Louis alumnus RJ Grunewald discusses his new book, Reading Romans with Luther, with Erik Herrmann, director of the Seminary’s Center for Reformation Research. Organized by significant themes in Romans, Reading Romans with Luther offers highlights from Luther’s commentary and further explains how these themes are relevant to our lives today.

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