Brunner sees St Paul's Epistle to the Romans as 'the chapter of destiny of the Christian Church'. Here, in Luther's words, is the 'purest gospel' upon which the very existence of the Christian faith depends and from which it draws its life.Brunner sees St Paul's Epistle to the Romans as 'the chapter of destiny of the Christian Church'. Here, in Luther's words, is the 'purest gospel' upon which the very existence of the Christian faith depends and from which it draws its life.Read Less
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Good. No dust jacket. Light blue cloth with red letters to spine. Shelf wear on edges and some underlining. 132p., 23 cm. Discusses the disparity between the early Christian communion and the historically developed institutional churches of to-day.
Good jacket. First Edition. First printing 1952 ('52), good in red brown cloth with good DJ in new Brodart jacket. 132 pages. From pastor's library. Signed by prev owner but otherwise unmarked, clean and bright with light wear to spine ends and corners. Endpaper foxing. Pleasant level of page toning. DJ has some chipping and tiny tears. Shipping from North Carolina. Enjoy reading with a real book in your hands.
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