“The Life of Holiness”


James Faulconer’s new book


No, I’m not announcing my autobiography.


I simply wanted to call attention to James E. Faulconer’s new book The Life of Holiness: Notes and Reflections on Romans 1, 5-8.  It’s the product of years and years and years of pondering Paul’s epistle to the Romans — some elements of which first saw the light of day in James Faulconer, Romans 1: Notes and Reflections (Provo, UT: FARMS 1999), which is now included and superseded in this new volume.



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