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Sinclair Ferguson: Romans in 40 Minutes

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Date August 15, 2019

At the 2019 Shepherd’s Conference, the Banner of Truth met with divinity students with the goal of encouraging them in their studies for the ministry. Sinclair Ferguson spoke on ‘Romans in 40 Minutes’, and the students enjoyed some fellowship. At the end of the lecture, the students were all handed a copy of the 13th volume of the Romans series by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. The video of this meeting is now being made available on our Youtube page, and we hope you will be blessed as you listen to it and gain a helpful outline of Paul’s magnum opus.

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