Men Made New

John R. W. Stott

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You can pick up your book at 2106 S. Tucker Street, Pittsburg, KS 66762 or email to request shipment to your location.

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How much does it cost?

This rental costs you nothing. It's free. We simply ask you to return it in a timely manner and in similar condition as you received it.

When do I return my book?

You can return your book to 2106 S. Tucker Street, Pittsburg, KS 66762 when you finish reading it. We don't have a time limit, but we do ask that you are respectful to others as we only have a limited quantity of each book.

What's this book all about?

Men Made New is a concise commentary for the pastor's and Bible teacher's bookshelf as well as a book to be read devotionally by all lovers of God's word. First published in 1966 and reprinted frequently since, Men Made New is well known for its clear exposition of the great themes of Romans 5-8.

The author sites the book of Romans as the "fullest and most coherent manifesto of the Christian gospel in the New Testament." He focuses on Romans 5-8 because these chapters "form a compact unity." He explains further:

These four chapters, then, depict the great privileges of justified believers, of men made new, the rich inheritance (both now and eternal) which is ours if we are Christ's. What are these privileges? Each chapter concentrates on one of them: first peace with God, next union with Christ, then freedom from the law, and finally life in the spirit.