The richest statement of the gospel in Scripture, Paul's letter to the Romans sets forth the foundational truths concerning salvation and the key elements of practical Christian living. To help readers master the epistle, Robert Rogland has written this valuable study manual. Thorough yet vivid and uncluttered by technical jargon, it offers those with limited background the guidance they need to undertake a rewarding study of Paul's letter.
Each lesson poses thought-provoking questions to bring readers face to face with the passage.
What is the role of faith in the believer's life?
How did Adam's sin affect us?What hope do we have in the midst of suffering?On what basis does God save certain individuals?
Why does God give us gifts?
What is the role of civil government?
How should we handle disputes in the church?
Study questions are followed by commentary, with application to life, work, and worship. Teachers and leaders will value the answer key to the study questions; pastors and evangelists will find the outline of the gospel in Romans helpful in training others in soul-winning; and almost every reader will profit from the indexes of themes and topics, and the suggestions for further study.
Robert Rogland received the M.A.T. and Ed.D degrees from Harvard University. A teacher professionally and as a lay minister for more than twenty years, he has a remarkable gift for clear Bible exposition.