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Romans

Romans has been called "The Constitution of Christianity," "The Christian Manifesto," and "The Cathedral of the Christian Faith." It is known as the most complete compendium of Christian doctrine. The Epistle of Romans was written by Paul during his third missionary journey to Corinth. Paul was intending on making a fourth missionary journey to the western extremity of the Roman Empire.  He wanted the Roman church to assist him with making that journey and wrote this epistle to establish contact with the Roman church in preparation for the anticipated visit.  The church at Rome was primarily made up of Gentiles and had very little central organization or local church government.  Small groups of believers met all over the city, and this is the reason that Paul addressed his epistle to the "saints" rather than to the "church".

  • Romans 1 1:1-7 Greetings
  • 1:8-15 Paul's affection for the Roman Christians
  • 1:16 The power of the gospel
  • 1:17-32 The guilt of mankind
  • Romans 2 2:1-9 To judge others is to condemn self
  • 2:10-16 God is no respecter of persons
  • 2:17-29 The Jew and the law
  • Romans 3 3:1-8 What advantage has the Jew?
  • 3:9-20 There is none righteous
  • 3:21-31 Righteousness through faith
  • Romans 4 4:1-12 Abraham's justification
  • 4:13-25 The promise realized through faith
  • Romans 5 5:1-11 Results of justification
  • 5:12-21 Sin through Adam-Salvation through Christ
  • Romans 6 6:1-13 Freedom from sin's power
  • 6:14-23 Christians are under grace, the Spirit's law
  • Romans 7 7:1-6 The law and sin
  • 7:7-12 The problem of indwelling sin
  • 7:13-25 The struggle of two natures
  • Romans 8 8:1-27 Life in the Spirit
  • 8:28-39 More than conquerors
  • Romans 9 9:1-33 The Jew and the Gospel
  • Romans 10 10:1-5 Zeal but no righteousness
  • 10:6-21 Righteousness is by faith in Christ
  • Romans 1111:1-10 The remnant of of Israel
  • 11:11-12 Salvation is come to the Gentiles
  • 11:13-24 The Gentiles are warned
  • 11:25-33 The restoration of Israel
  • 11:34-36 The almighty God
  • Rom. 1212:1-2 Living sacrifices to God
  • 12:3-21 The service of love to all
  • Rom. 1313:1-7 Honor authority
  • 13:8-14 Walk in love
  • Rom. 1414:1-8 Let every man be fully persuaded in his mind
  • 14:9-23 Christ is the only Judge
  • Rom. 1515:1-6 Unity in Christ
  • 15:7-13 The Gospel to the Gentiles
  • 15:14-21 Paul speaks of his ministry
  • 15:22-33 Paul hopes to visit Rome
  • Rom. 1616:1-24 Personal greetings
  • 16:25-27 Concluding doxology





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