Lecture 21 - Romans

Lecture 21 - Romans - o Terms Adiaphora Simul Justus et...

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Lecture XXI: Romans Introduction o Letter prepares way for Paul to visit Rome o Martin Luther (16 th Century) o John Wesley (18 th Century) o Karl Barth (20 th Century) o Romans 1:16-17 – a good summary of the book Theology of Romans o The nature of sin Both Jews and Gentiles fall short; all men sin No one can become righteous by their own power o Justification by faith Abraham (Romans 4) The Father of all people of faith Does not excuse us of obligations (6:1) o Life in the Spirit (chapter 7-8) Struggle (7) Resolution (8) o God’s work with Israel o Practical Implications
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Unformatted text preview: o Terms Adiaphora Simul Justus et Peccator Prevenient Grace (John 1:9) Grace before salvation Accomplishes 5 things o Everyone has some knowledge of God and His attributes (Romans 1:20) o Everyone has some idea of the moral law (conscience) (Romans 2:14-15) o Origin of our conscience o Free will (Romans 2:6-11) o Puts a check on human evil (Romans 2:1-2) Predestination Sanctification Remnant of true believers Natural Theology Law of God written on the hearts of all men...
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course BI 103 taught by Professor Green during the Fall '07 term at Gordon MA.

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