What if your Christian Faith has less to do with what you feel than what you know?

The strongest Christians are those who can ground what they experience day to day in what they know every day. Do you know what you believe and why you believe it?

In the first decade of the third millennium, the church is in dire need of rediscovering the gospel, “the power of God unto salvation” (Rom 1:16), which Paul unpacks in Romans. The apostle himself could not have known the enormous effect this little letter would have on the world. In the 16th century, history records Luther coming to grips with the revolutionary character of this Pauline Epistle when he rediscovered the richness of the Gospel through the doctrine of justification. We call it “Romans Revolution,” because we want to see a new reformation in our churches. Such reformations always have something to do with rediscovering this epistle.

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Thank you so much for your broadcast! I loved especially your series on ‘The Romans Revolution.’ It is very encouraging to hear the law in all its strength and the gospel in all its wonder proclaimed in such bold terms. Too many people tend to water down one or the other, but it is only when the bad news is really bad that the good news can become really good and liberating.

Matt, WHI Listener

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