Articles about Romans

Romans is the sixth book in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul around 56-57 AD, it was delivered by Phoebe to Christians in Rome. Romans is essentially a book of Christian theology, focused on a number of topics, such as salvation, and the sovereignty and righteousness of God.

Sounds simple, right? That sounds good to me… if everybody loved everybody else, our world would be far, far better. There would be no crime. No slavery. No prostitution. No abortion. Nobody would go hungry. Nobody would take advantage of another’s generosity. There would be no need for soldiers, or courts, or lawyers, or police. There would no metal detectors at airports, or security guards at the mall.

Let's look at Romans 16:7. Greet Andronicus and Junia, my fellow Jews who have been in prison with me. They are outstanding among the apostles, and they were in Christ before I was.

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