The apostle Paul was in Corinth during the winter months of AD57/58 and was preparing to travel via Macedonia and the Roman Province of Asia with the Gentile church offerings for the poor in Jerusalem. While he was there he wrote to the church in Rome, expressing his desire and intention to visit them while on his way to Spain, his next intended missionary journey.
Romans is the first of the books of Paul in the New Testament as it is considered by many to be the most important in terms of its in-depth statements on Christian theology and just how the Gospel of Christ is an extension of God’s plan of salvation that had been expressed to the Jewish nation. Everything that Paul proclaims is based on God’s word that appears in the Old Testament and was fulfilled in the coming of their Messiah, Jesus the Christ of God.
An in-depth study of Romans produces great rewards for the reader for it explains everything that any human can understand of God’s plan of salvation for his creation.
|Introduction||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter One||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Two||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Three||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Four||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Addm Ch.4 – Isaiah 53||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Five||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Six||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Seven||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Eight||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Nine||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Ten||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Eleven||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Twelve||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Thirteen||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Fourteen||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Fifteen||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Chapter Sixteen||Watch||26 Feb 13|
|Summary||Watch||26 Feb 13|
The studies in this book are based primarily on the NIV translation published in 1984.