ROMANS

Righteousness and Wrath – Present and Future Realities – (Just as sinners await the future judgment of God, so believers are waiting to receive their full salvation at the resurrection)

The Righteousness of God – (The “righteousness of God” refers not to an absolute moral standard, but to the faithfulness of God to His promises)

Righteousness, Wrath and Salvation – (In the first half of Romans, Paul argues from plight to solution to present his gospel to the churches in Rome, both to Jew and to Greek)

Works of the Law – (In Romans, discussions about justification by “works” has a specific category of works in view – the “works of the law”)

Both Jew and Greek – (The equality of Jew and Gentile before God is a key theme throughout the book of Romans – both stand or fall on the same basis)

Future Glory – (Paul summarizes what God did for us in Jesus and prepares for his explanation of the present status of the Jewish people Romans 8:18-39)

Coheirs and Brethren – (The Apostle Paul links the bodily Resurrection of the saints with the New Creation. The promised redemption includes both)

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