Romans Revolution

Monday, 01 Jan 2007

When we actually get on the road, we see that doctrine is practical.
Throughout these pages, readers will catch a glimpse of the enormous significance of Paul's letter to the mostly Gentile Christians who were living in the capital of the world's largest empire. Ever since new (or relatively young) believers heard these words, the good news of God's riches in Christ for sinners has had no greater summary. Nowhere in Romans does the apostle announce his purpose as providing a careful arrangement of the whole range of Christian teachings and their logical relationships. However, it is pretty clear that he intends to encourage these believers in ...

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