"Romans: from faith to faith"
by Dr Andrew C S Koh
Romans: from faith to faith
Christ-centered, Biblical-based, Life-changing commentary, bible study, and devotion
Available in PDF, MOBI, and ePub

Reviews: This book will take you through the whole Epistle of Romans verse-by-verse, paragraph-by-paragraph, and chapter-by-chapter. This is an opportunity for the reader to walk with Christ through the eyes of the apostle Paul. I used this study as a daily devotional and I felt blessed by the writing of Paul and his knowledge and depth of expression to all of us believers. Passages from the Book of Romans are explained, verse-by-verse, passage-by-passage, and chapter-by-chapter over 34 bible study lessons. I plan to share this daily Bible Study with my personal study group and am excited to work and grow with this study once again. Dr. Andrew C S Koh is an excellent author, he allows you to form your own opinions and learn more and dwell more in the steps of Christ. I received this novel from Story Origin. I highly recommend this novel. This is my true and honest review, Pamela Anne Reinert, Bookbub, 5 out of 5 stars This book is a great Bible study to learn more about the Epistle of Romans written by the Apostle Paul. Each chapter and paragraph is well explained even a layman can understand. Some of the Greek words are translated which makes it more interesting to read and understand, J. Sharmani, Amazon, 5 out of 5 stars. As usual, Dr. Koh has written a great book that teaches the reader about the book of Romans in a relatable way to help one along with their studies in Christianity and as a Christian, Rowan E Creech, Bookbub, Goodreads, 5 out of 5 stars. Foreword: Archbishop M H Ng, Anglican Archbishop of SEA I must credit the author for his boldness and attempt to do an Expositional commentary on the Epistle of Romans. The author has tried faithfully to stick to the themes and flown along with Paul's ideology and approach. ​The author, like Paul, is truly presenting in layman's language the concept that the Son of God became the Son of Man so that the sons of man can become sons of God. May you find this expositional commentary helpful and enlightening