Romans, Exposition # 03 of 16
Series Romans, Verse-by-Verse
THIS SERIES IS NOW COMPLETE. Romans is the longest and the most influential of all the Apostle Paul's writings. Writing to Christians at Rome whom he hoped soon to visit, Paul's primary theme in the epistle is the basic gospel, God's plan of salvation and righteousness for all humankind, Jew and Gentile alike. He presents to them his convictions concerning the faith: the universality of sin; the impotence of the law as a means of salvation; the nature of God's saving act in Christ, and its appropriation by faith. He provides relevant focus on sanctification, security, and service. There are many topics for Christian study and growth presented throughout Romans. This Verse-by-Verse exposition is the in-depth type of teaching one might expect to receive while attending a seminary or Bible college. For best use in studying this series, please have your Bible open to the passages read.
|Dec 27, 2007
|Isaiah 1:18; Romans 2; Romans 3:23