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Romans

Wednesdays Sept 11, 2019 - May 2020
6:30pm - 8:00pm

Although Romans is notably a thick theological treatise, it is first and foremost a practical pastoral letter. Like most New Testament letters, Romans is an occasional letter. Paul wrote Romans in response to a problem at the local church level. The problem was not their poor theology, but their poor behavior. Paul does not speak of condemnation and justification to correct faulty theology. He calls them to such truth to remind them from the common pit from which they were pulled.

The problems confronting the church in Rome are no different from our own. The Jewish believers and the Gentile believers had trouble getting along. Paul's solution to this problem was the gospel. It is only when we hear, "I can't, but God can, and Jesus did" that we come to understand how all-encompassing and all-inclusive the gospel truly is. The Book of Romans enables us to approach life from a gospel-centered fulcrum. Everything in life begins and ends with our understanding of the gospel.

Join us as we work through the logical sequencing of the gospel in the Book of Romans. It is a study you will be glad you attended.


09.11.19 Schedule yet to be determined.