New Testament Lesson 36 (KD): Romans

I. Introduction

These notes are rather limited in scope, but I can’t devote any more time to this set of notes.

Teaching a lesson about Paul’s epistle to the Romans is somewhat intimidating. As Craig hill notes:[1]

Romans is one of the eminent text of Western History. From Augustine to Luther, from Wesley to Barth, Christian thinkers of every era have been profoundly shaped by this, the longest Pauline epistle. Romans is commonly regarded as Paul’s supreme work, the consummate expression of his mature theology.

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