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PAUL THE APOSTLE
By C. H. TERROT, A.M.
LATE FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
PRINTED FOR J. HATCHARD AND SON;
AND ADAM BLACK, EDINBURGH.
THE object of the author in the following Introduction will be to bring together such information as may be useful to young students of divinity, towards a right understanding of the Epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Romans. That a right understanding of this Epistle is of the deepest importance, must be evident to all who have paid any attention to dogmatic or controversial theology; nay, to all who have endeavoured to acquire a clear conception of the fundamental doctrines of Christianity. In all the discussions between the reformers and their Romish opponents, in the whole course of the Calvinistic controversy, and in almost all the doctrinal differences of our own time, we find that there exists, on the one side or the other, a misapprehension of the Pauline doctrine respecting justification by faith.
To ascertain what this important doctrine really is, forms the leading object of the Paraphrase and