Both Jews and Greeks – (Both Jews and Gentiles stand or fall before God on the same basis)

Message and Mission – (Jesus summons his disciples to proclaim the Good News of the kingdom of God in every inhabited corner of the earth)

Righteousness and Wrath – (Sinners await the future judgment of God, believers are waiting to receive their full salvation)

The Faithfulness of God – The righteousness of God is His faithfulness to His promises, and this is demonstrated in the salvation He has provided in Jesus.

Plight to Solution – (Paul argues from plight to solution in presenting his gospel to the Romans)

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

Sin, Death, Gospel, Resurrection – (Paul presents his gospel from humanity’s plight to the resurrection of the dead)

The Faith of Jesus – (Men are not set right before God from the works of the law but from the faith of Jesus)

Heir of the Word – (The “land promise” to Abraham finds fulfillment in the New Creation)

The First Fruit of the Resurrection – (The gift of the Spirit is the first fruit of the bodily resurrection and the foretaste of the promised New Creation)

The Redemption of Our Body – (Paul links the bodily resurrection of believers to the New Creation since both are integral to the promised redemption)

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

Coheirs and Brethren – (Paul links the bodily Resurrection of the saints with the New Creation)

Governing Authorities – (Disciples are not to oppose existing authorities. They have been arranged by God)

Food and Calendars – (Paul argued for tolerance within the church on food regulations and observing holy days)

Hidden Mysteries Unveiled – (God’s mysteries are revealed in Jesus, especially in his death and resurrection)