New ebook focuses on Paul’s New Testament epistle to the Romans

02.06.2015 | The Maxwell Institute

The New Testament edition of James E. Faulconer’s MADE HARDER series is scheduled to appear in the next few months. In the meantime if you’re looking for some great New Testament material we’ve just published the ebook version of Faulconer’s study of the epistle to the Romans: The Life of Holiness: Notes and Reflections on Romans 1, 5–8.

Paul is one of the most important figures in the New Testament and his teachings are some of the most difficult to understand. Many commentaries on Paul’s letters offer answers to the many questions Paul’s writings raise. Many of them supplement our understanding of Paul’s early Christian communities and Paul’s interpretation of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Faulconer takes a slightly different approach.

The Life of Holiness offers you questions for reflection more than definitive answers, matters for you to consider rather than doctrine to memorize. By focusing on Paul’s longest and most important epistle, Faulconer invites you to move past what you already understand. The Life of Holiness models a rich approach to Paul’s meaning and message.

Two other great ebooks are also now available:

The Book of Mormon and DNA Research, edited by Daniel C. Peterson.

The best set of essays to date by DNA scientists, geneticists, and Book of Mormon scholars who tackle questions about what genetic research has to say about the Book of Mormon.

Echoes and Evidences of the Book of Mormon, edited by Donald W. Parry, Daniel C. Peterson, and John W. Welch.

Thirteen essays analyzing the Book of Mormon in ancient Old and New World contexts gathered into one volume.

 These titles join eight other books recently released in ebook format with more to come.