Romans 8 is a key part of the New Testament. The apostle Paul discusses the atonement, justification and sanctification - the basis of a true relationship between God and man. He goes on to deal with how does the Spirit work on the Christian? What is the real value of a correct understanding of election? What is the importance of the resurrection? - all packed into this one chapter.
About the Author
John Newton was a slave trader who became a Christian at a time of considerable opposition to evangelical Christianity. He was the writer of many well-loved hymns and had a strong influence on William Wilberforce - the parliamentary abolitionist of slavery.