In this study, Mr. Gingrich focuses on 12:1-15:13 of the book of Romans, dealing with “the living out” of the transformation which took place in the believer’s heart when he believed. The outline begins with a helpful and interesting introduction to the believer’s responsibilities in regard to his various duties. Then in a verse by verse exegesis, he clearly outlines the believer’s religious duties. His treatment of these duties is so clear that even the most difficult passages are easily understood.
Profound doctrinal truths as well as practical teachings are found in the book of Romans, causing it to be a challenging and productive study for both the lay reader and the greatest Bible scholar. In this epistle of instruction and exhortation, Paul expounds the major theological foundational truths, especially the great doctrines of grace, which must be known if one is to have a full knowledge of the work of Christ. Paul also lays down guidelines for the believer as he lives his daily life “in the world but not of it.”
Without hesitation, this outline study is recommended to any Christian who desires a better understanding of the duties of a Christian. It will be especially useful to pastors of churches and to teachers of home Bible classes.