Romans (Feb-Mar 2019)

Each photo below corresponds to a chapter-a-day post for the book of Romans published by Tom Vander Well in March 2019. Click on the photo linked to each chapter to read the post.

Chapter 1: Art History; History Art; Art, History
Chapter 2: “Oh Yeah, That’s One Of Mine”
Chapter 3: The Inclusive Exclusivity Problem
Chapter 4: Legalism’s Tragic Imitation of Faith
Chapter 5: WELL…SH!T
Chapter 6: 90 M.P.H. Down a Dead-End Street
Chapter 7: Masking Tape Mess
Chapter 8: Fear: The Great Motivator
Chapter 9: Forever Young Maturity
Chapter 10: New Discoveries in Familiar Places
Chapter 11: The Doorway of Defeat
Chapter 12: Is “Living Sacrifice” an Oxymoron?
Chapter 13: Wrestling with Subjection to Authority
Chapter 14: Keeping it to Myself; Holding it Together
Chapter 15: Grace in the Journey: Given and Received
Chapter 16: High-Fidelity Follower

You’re all caught up! Posts will be added here as they are published. Click on the image below for easy access to other recent posts indexed by book.

Click on the image above for easy access to recent chapter-a-day posts indexed by book!

About This Post

These chapter-a-day posts began in 2006. It’s a very simple concept. I endeavor each weekday to read one chapter from the Bible. I then blog about my thoughts, insights, and feelings about the content of that chapter. Everyone is welcome to share this post, like this post, or add your own thoughts in a comment. Thank you to those who have become faithful, regular or occasional readers along the journey along with your encouragement.

In 2019 I began creating posts for each book, with an indexed list of all the chapters for that book. You can find the indexed list by clicking on this link.

Prior to that, I kept a cataloged index of all posts on one page. You can access that page by clicking on this link.

You can also access my audio and video messages, as well.

tomvanderwell@gmail.com @tomvanderwell

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