Volume VI: Romans, A Detailed Bible Greek Translation with A Free Will Baptist's Church Sunday School Analysis (Paperback)
Every Christian speaker possesses an interpretation of the Bible. The Catholics have an interpretation called Catholicism. The Mormons have an interpretation called Mormonism. The Jehovah's Witnesses have their brand. Every Christian religion has different Christian Bible translation. The differences in King James, NIV and other translations are numerous.
One thing all the translation have in common is that every rational person is searching for the meaning of life. The New Testament is a contract that provides the answer. The book of Romans provides us with the positive and negative duties and rights born out of the contract.
Every single word in the New Testament is translated. You are provided with the part of speech and the mood. You will get a better understanding of what the Biblical authors were trying to convey. You will get closer to God and a better understanding of the human condition.
In this book, you'll learn how to:
- Read Biblical Greek
- Get a better understanding of English grammar
- Read the real truth from the original authors
David Nicholas Barnes was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1992. He attended SUNY in Fredonia, NY and University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pa where he graduated summa cum laude. Then Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa. He studied law at Widener University in Wilmington, De while serving as an adjunct professor of philosophy at Rowan University in Deptford, NJ, He taught Philosophy of Religion, The Greek Way, Metaphysics, and logic. Currently he is disabled and teaches Sunday School at Freewill Baptist Church in Macclesfield NC. This book is a summary of the classes and discussions with other church members under Pastor Ray Williamson