- Of course, various translations: NIV, NAS, ESV, and the classic KJ
- Go Bible audio. When mine wears out, or when I get a decent ipod, I am going to get Max McLean.
- RC Sproul's sermons on Romans which are wonderful, and free!
- I started reading Barnhouse on Romans. This is 4 volumes and a very long term project. It contains fabulous illustrations, and I think if I was teaching a long series on Romans I would use it a lot. Time being what it is, I felt the need to move on to something else.
- I would also love to listen to John Piper's sermons on Romans, but I am simply running out of time. Sometime soon I will have to spend another year in Romans.
- I am currently reading John Calvin's Commentary on Romans. Don't believe what you hear about Calvin being hard. This is very straightforward, passage by passage thoughts. I love the way he puts words together. And since it is public domain, it is free also.
Sunday, October 16, 2011
I thought it might be appropriate to begin with some good Romans resources that I used: