The Grace of God Revealed: His righteousness, Our
iniquity and His Remedy through grace.
The book of Romans, Paul's definitive teaching on
Christian doctrine, is addressed to the saints - to
believers. It is regarded by many as the most
comprehensive and profound book in the New Testament.
This book will delight the greatest logician, hold the
attention of the wisest of men, and bring the most
prideful soul to tears of repentance at the feet of the
Now available in two, self-contained CD-ROM
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- Over 24 hours of Verse-by-Verse audio teaching
through the book of Romans as MP3 files.
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Romans 1:1-1:7 -
Introduction. Salutation. Attributes of the Trinity.
- The need for the Gospel. God's righteousness revealed
against Pagan humanity.
Romans 2 - The
righteousness of God revealed. Condemnation of moral
Romans 3 -
Advantages of Being a Jew? Case against the entire human
race. Why does God save anyone?
Romans-05: Romans 4 - God's
greatest gift. Faith of Abraham and David. Salvation by
faith not works. The resurrection.
Romans-06: Romans 5 - Peace
with God. The process of maturity. The logic of His
love. Two heads: Adam and Christ.
Romans-07: Romans 6 - Two
masters: Sin personified, and God as revealed in Jesus.
The death of defeat. Baptism.
Romans-08: Romans 7 - Two
husbands: the Law and Christ risen. Dead to the Law.
Spirit is willing, the flesh is weak.
Romans-09: Romans 8:1-17 -
Deliverance from the flesh by the power of the Holy
Spirit. The Holy Spirit's inner witness.
Romans-10: Romans 8:18-27 -
Preservation in suffering by the power of the Holy
Romans-11: Romans 8:28-39 -
Hymn of praise for victory. Certainty of sanctification.
Basis of our security.
Romans-12: Romans 9:1-5 -
Advantages of being a Jew? Discussion of the Covenants.
The Scepter of Judah.
Romans-13: Romans 9:6-13 -
Has the Word of God failed? Doctrine of Election.
Romans-14: Romans 9:14-33 -
Moses and Pharaoh. Gentiles called. Stumbling stone.
Romans-15: Romans 10:1-15 -
Rabbinical expectations. Salvation by faith taught by
Romans-16: Romans 10:16-21
- Israel's rejection. Review of post-Biblical history of
Romans-17: Romans 10 cont.
- Continuation of contemporary history of Israel.
Romans-18: Romans 11:1-24 -
Israel's future. Salvation unto the Gentiles.
Romans-19: Romans 11:25-36
- Use of Parables. Mysteries. "Until." Rapture
Romans-20: Romans 12 -
Gifts. Armor. Body life. Evidences of Spirit-filled
Romans-21: Romans 13 -
Civil responsibilities: to the State; to those outside
Romans-22: Romans 14 -
Capital punishment. Dietary restrictions? The Sabbath
Day dilemma; Sunday or Saturday?
Romans-23: Romans 15 -
Importance of Unity. In light of Christ's Ministry.
Paul's methodology and plans.
Romans-24: Romans 16 -
Importance of relationships. The most painful sin:
Gossip. Professional secretaries.