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Possibly the most famous Christian missionary of all time and a writer of the New Testament, the Apostle Paul was a significant figure in the early decades of Christianity.
Of the 27 documents that compose the New Testament, 21 are letters, 13 of which were written by Paul.
In his Letter to the Romans, written near the end of his career, he advances concepts considered utterly radical for their time—ideas that would shape the course of Western civilization and even the American political order.
What were those ideas and how do they impact every American’s life to this very day?
Find out when you sign up to receive a free copy of The Heritage Foundation’s, “The Freedom Letter to the Romans,” by New York Times bestselling author, Joe Loconte.
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