The book of Romans is a detailed explanation of the Gospel message written by Paul to the church in Rome. We will examine the book in detail in two parts this week, and then dive into an interesting and helpful video from our How To Read The Bible series to explore the importance of studying the New Testament letters in their historical context.
Book of the Week, part 1 -
Romans explains how faith in Jesus justifies all people and creates a unified, multiethnic family and a path to righteousness.
Book of the Week, part 2 - romans, 5-16
Explore the second half of Paul's letter to the Romans as he emphasizes the fulfillment of Old Testament promises and unity in Jesus.
study of the Week - HTRB:
NT Letters Historical Context
A quarter of the Bible is written in a style called prose discourse. Learn how this style is used to communicate key parts of Scripture; and see how much of the wisdom of the New Testament letters can be missed when we don’t consider their historical context.