By end of Romans 4, Paul made case for why justification by faith. In Romans 5, he answers the question “so what?
What practical personal importance is it that we’re justified? Is this all theological argument? Or does it mean anything on a day-to day level?
The Apostle Paul argues in Romans 4 that everyone who will ever know God must follow the example of Abraham. The question is what is that example exactly?
The disease of sin so damages the heart that nothing short of a heart transplant will cure the disease. Have you tried topical cures like serving the poor, church attendance, charity and bible study without submitting to actual conversion?
The early chapters of the book of Romans are like a courtroom drama where Paul acts as a prosecuting attorney, systematically proving the guilt of the human race in its rebellion against God.
If you were to ask the average person on the street whether God exists and who He is, what do you think you’d get?
The book of Romans will change your life. Many scholars have claimed that Romans is the most important letter you’ll ever read.
The apostle Paul writes to explain the good news of Jesus Christ, who as Messiah, is the Savior for all people; who as the Transformer of lives writes His Law on our hearts; and who as the Lord of history is carefully bringing this salvation to all nations — culminating in the restoration of Israel.