Friday, February 21, 2014

Audiobook Review: Timothy Keller - Romans 1 - 7 for You is always a good read, or in this case a good listen. He takes us through the first seven chapters of my favorite book of the Bible, Paul’s letter to the Romans. We hear about such weighty subjects as Depravity, Salvation, Sanctification, etc. With that said, Keller uses very understandable language to explain some of these most profound doctrines.

This is not a dry theological tome. It is warm and practical but also contains some good meat for reflection. I guaranty you will gain something from a reading. It is short enough to leave you wanting more. I am looking forward to the next volume when he touches on verses 8 to the end of the book.

Keller adds some great quotes from theologians of the present and past. Each chapter contains questions for reflection.

The narration was great. This is the first time I have heard Maurice England. He has a very comforting voice that lends itself to the material. The quality of recording was also top notch. No hisses or pops. It was recorded with good crisp highs and smooth lows.

I enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to all who desire to have a greater understanding of Romans and the Gospel.

I give it 5 out of 5 stars.

I enjoyed this book courtesy of the Christian Audio review program at and received the audio book, free of charge, from and The Good Book Company in exchange for an honest review.

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