Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on Abraham as the prototype of justification, by faith, through faith, on the principle of grace.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson exposits the secret of Abraham's faith, as revealed through the Apostle Paul's writings to the Roman Christians.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the peace that comes as a result of following after the true gospel.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Paul's assertion that the entire human race is in need of redemption due to their connection with the sin of Adam.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson describes the work of the second Adam as "the grace of God manifested in him as our representative who stood here in this scene of sin and death and degradation and misery and performed the one act that justifies his people."
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of Paul's teaching about how the work of Christ overcomes the sin of the first Adam and fulfills God's law.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains Paul's clarification to the Roman Christians about how new life in Christ should be characterized. Dr. Johnson points out the apostle's emphasis on knowledge that comes through Christ.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds what some have called "Paul's normative passage for Christian living."
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Paul's further teachings about sanctification.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses the part of Romans in which the apostle shows believers how to be saved from the power of sin in their daily lives.