The “Romans Road” appears to have been coined by Jack Hyles, at least he has taken credit for coming up with this particular soul winning method. From a sermon that was preached in Hammond, IN on June 28, 1970 entitled “There Remaineth Yet Much Land to Be Possessed,” Hyles said: “By the way, you folks who don’t come on Wednesday night don’t know this, but about twenty-two years ago, in a little East Texas Church, I came up with a little plan of presenting the plan of salvation called “The Roman Road” whereby you take verses contained in Romans and show people how to be saved using Romans 3:10, and Romans 3:23, and Romans 5:12, and Romans 5:8, and on and on. I termed it, “The Roman Road,” and from the “Roman Road” I wrote the little book, “Let’s Go Soul Winning.” http://www.jackhyles.com/muchland.htm He was well known for being an innovator of the church bus ministry that brought thousands of people each week from surrounding towns to Hammond for services. My question is, are these claims true? I was surprised to read that it was Jack Hyles who invented the "Roman Road" since many today used this method outside of the ifb movement.