Apostle Paul’s epistle to Romans is one of the key books of the New Testament. This very epistle led to faith such pillars, as Augustine, Martin Luther, and John Wesley. It sets out not only the central protestant doctrine of justification by faith, but also the challenging teaching of original sin and predestination.
Epistle to Galatians is important for the church in all times. There is always a threat of penetration into the church of legalism and teaching of salvation by works. Paul passionately defends God’s grace in this epistle and John Calvin helps us better understand the Apostle.