"Thou hast given a banner to them that fear thee, that it may be displayed because of truth." — (Psalm 60:4)
"Lift ye up a banner upon the high mountain, exalt the voice unto them." — (Isaiah 13:2)
Devoted To The Defense Of The Church Against All Errors And Innovations
Vol.VIII No.II Pg.3b
October 1945

Whiteside On Romans

Foy E. Wallace, Jr.

My copy of "A New Commentary On Paul's Letter To The Saints At Rome," by R. L. Whiteside, has been received and perused. It is even better than it appeared to be in manuscript form. It strikes me as a companion volume to "A New Commentary On Acts Of Apostles," by J. W. McGarvey. Arranged in much the same form, written in the same easy flowing style as a book to read, Whiteside on Romans is equal to McGarvey on Acts in literary quality, and in depth of thought excels it. It is written in a more profound vein and a deeper strata. I marvel at its simplicity and its depth. It is to me a priceless volume. I shall read it and study it, and use it in my preaching.

Brother Whiteside will live in the church in the years to come through this work that he is leaving to successive generations. So while commending his book, I want also to commend the praiseworthy work C. R. Nichol and his wife have accomplished in producing the book. Their unselfish spirit in devoting their time and energy to the task of publishing and marketing this book, without remuneration or personal gain, as a friend to Brother Whiteside and of the Cause of the Lord, will find a sympathetic response in the hearts of many appreciative brethren.

Send $2.50 to Mrs. C. R. Nichol, Clifton, Texas, and get a copy of this book. Order two or three dozen for your Bible class in Romans.