Studies in the Book of Romans Course Description

By the end of this course the student should be able to:
(i)     Identify the subject content of each chapter of this letter,
(ii)    Write a chapter summary for each chapter,
(iii)   chart Paul’s teaching throughout the Epistle to the Romans on the subjects of righteousness, sin, the flesh, the Holy spirit, solidarity with Christ, the Law, faith, struggling with the flesh, typical Christian life, salvation, the Jewish nation, the sovereignty of the state, and love,
(iv)   Memorize key verses for helping to establish an enlightened Christian mind and for knowing how to answer those who have doubts about salvation by grace,
(v)    Define the attitude of Christianity towards the works of the Law,
(vi)   Identify the meaning of theological terms like righteousness, atonement, propitiation, salvation, the flesh, the death of the Christian to sin, and the death of Christ for sin, and
(vii)  State right attitudes for the Christian to use in facing difficult issues in daily life.

Sample the First Week of This Course

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