As this study unfolds you will see the importance of Romans and how, through the teaching of this book, we can learn how to get right with God and then how to live for Him. It is the doctrine taught in this book that has helped countless men and women, over the past 2,000 years to understand and appreciate the unfathomable depths of their depravity and the limitless love of God that was revealed by Christ’s death, burial and resurrection. While the bad news in this book is as bad as it gets, the good news far outweighs the bad and exceeds the heights of our greatest need.
There are 66 books in the Bible. Why take the time to focus on this particular book? Because Romans is the one book of the Bible that lays out a virtually complete theological explanation of the truth of Christianity. It has stirred some of the church’s greatest leaders to act.
In May 1738, John Wesley heard someone read aloud from Luther’s Commentary on Romans. He described it this way, “While he was describing the change which God works in the heart through faith in Christ, I felt my heart strangely warmed. I felt I did trust in Christ, Christ alone, for my salvation, and an assurance was given me that he had taken my sins away, even mine.”
William Tyndale said of Romans (in old English): “I think it meet that every Christian man not only know it, by rote and without the book, but also exercise himself therein evermore continually, as with the daily bread of the soul. No man verily can read it too oft, or study it too well; for the more it is studied, the easier it is; the more it is chewed, the pleasanter it is; and the more groundly (sic) it is searched, the preciouser (sic) things are found in it.”
In the Apostle Paul’s letter to the believers in Rome, he clearly outlines the most important message to mankind—the gospel. Paul provides a complete and detailed declaration of the gospel message. He presents mankind’s greatest problem, sin, that separates each of us from God; but in no uncertain terms he delivers the good news of what Jesus has done for us through His crucifixion and resurrection.
The Book of Romans is the foundational reading material for this course.
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