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Foundations in Romans: A Romans Bible Study
$14.95 – $20.95
Teach your student how to do an inductive study of a Bible book. Your child will become grounded in both Biblical truths and correct Bible study habits as he reads through the book of Romans chapter by chapter, identifying main ideas, defining key words, looking for comparison and contrast, narrating each paragraph, and more. (Grades 7–12) See full description →
Teach your child key concepts from a key book of the Bible!
Foundations in Romans: A Romans Bible Study teaches your child how to do an inductive study of a Bible book.
Your child will read through the book of Romans chapter by chapter, identifying main ideas, defining key words, looking for comparison and contrast, narrating each paragraph, and more.
- Biblical—Encourages your student to read the Bible and narrate what it says.
- Historical—Ties Paul’s letter, written to the Roman believers, to the culture of Ancient Rome.
- Inductive—Teaches your student to perform a Bible book study accurately.
- Effective—Introduces the components of an inductive study in a gradual and conversational way.
- Recommended—Incorporated into Matthew through Acts & Ancient Rome.
- Versatile—Use in conjunction with a study of Ancient Rome or as a stand-alone Bible study.
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Grade 12, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11
Matthew through Acts & Ancient Rome
Would any of the 7-12 grades Bible Studies be okay for a 6th grader?
The age/grade suggestions are certainly flexible, Linda. You know your child much better than we do, of course. The free sample pages should give you a good idea of what each Bible study entails and you can determine whether it would work well for your 6th grader.
Jenny Horner –
Is the basis of this Romans study Calvinist or Armenian?
It’s an inductive Bible study. The book simply guides the student through reading the text and drawing their own conclusions. I would encourage you to download the free sample to get a feel for its approach.
I am wondering approximately how long this study would take? Is it designed for an entire school year, a lesson per week, or what?
Sonya Shafer –
My third daughter is currently working through this study, and it seems like two weeks per lesson is a good pace. She works on it 2 or 3 days per week. That pace seems to allow time for ruminating and soaking, rather than feeling rushed and hurrying to just get it done. At two weeks per lesson, it will take the entire school year to finish.
Is it a consumable program? Would it be better to get the ebook? I really working out of print book but would that mean I would have to get one for each child?
Jordan Smith –
Yes, this book is consumable. You are welcome to use a separate sheet of paper if you want to use it for multiple children, or if you prefer, you can print copies from the e-book any members of your immediate household.
Dianne Conway –
Do you have a list of Bible passages we should memorize while we do this study?
Sonya Shafer –
There isn’t an “official” list of memory verses to go with the Romans study, but here are some suggestions.