This is the episode is part ten in a study on Paul’s letter to Romans. Paul gets to good news that we are not under condemnation any more if we are in Christ, and that his Spirit lives in us and assures us that we are children of God
This is the episode is part nine in a study on Paul’s letter to Romans. Paul focuses on the role of sin and “the law”. Why is that some things we would never think of doing suddenly become interesting if we learn they are forbidden?
This is the episode is part eight in a study on Paul’s letter to Romans. Paul focuses on the role of baptism that ties us to Christ’s death and therefore also to his resurrection. He uses that as an argument for why we should now live a different life, no longer a slave to sin.
This is the episode is part seven in a study on Paul’s letter to Romans. Paul tells us that now that we are made right with God we can rejoice… even in our suffering. Ouch. He also compares how Adam’s sin brought death and how Jesus faithfulness, even to death, brought reconciliation with God life.
This is the episode is part six in a study on Paul’s letter to Romans. Is it what we do or what we believe that makes us right with God. Paul uses the example of Abraham and how he was declared by God to be right with him before he was circumcised and when he did not deserve it.
This is the episode is part five in a study on Paul’s letter to Romans. In this part of the letter Paul taking about sin. He finally comes to the confusion that we are all sinners. We all fall short at least some of the time. We cannot follow the law, the rules, the things that please God all the time. But God has provided a different method for us to be right with him, to be righteous and that is what Jesus did on our behalf.
This is the episode is part two in a study on Paul’s letter to Romans. In this part of the letter Paul starts taking about sin, particularly the symptoms of the problem for those coming out of the gentile (Greek and Roman) culture of his day.
This is the introductory episode for a new series studying the book of Romans. This episode will provide an overview of why we will be studying the book of Roman. It also starts to look at the introduction to this letter. Romans is the only one of Paul’s letters written to a church that he has not previously preached to. Because it is written to a new audience it is the most complete of the New Testament letters theologically.