Paul's Letter to the Romans

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According to a website, bible.org, Paul’s letter to the Romans is probably the most systematic presentation of the gospel in all of his writings, and indeed in all of the New Testament. The letter can be broken down into two major sections, namely, doctrine (1:18-11:36) and then application (12:1-15:13).

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Skip to NavigationSkip to ContentPaul's Letter to the Romans In: Religion Topics Paul's Letter to the RomansA Report:The Letter of Paul to the RomansI-BLMSubmitted by:Reina Carla C. LucianoAnjelli Mika S. MasaJulian GerolagaLorenzo B. GarciaJosiah Nathan GonzalesRenzo Oliver LubuguinI. IntroductionAccording to a website, bible.org, Paul's letter to the Romans is probably the most systematic presentation of the gospel in all of his writings, and indeed in all of the New Testament. The letter can be broken down into two major sections, namely, doctrine (1:18-11:36) and then application (12:1-15:13). Romans was written on a specific occasion and is an act of communication between two parties: the apostle Paul and the Roman Christians. To aid our reading of Romans we need to learn more about both parties. The Author: Paul the ApostlePaul did not found the Roman church, nor has he ever visited there. He has gotten to know some of the Roman Christians during his travels (16:3-15), but many of them he has never met. This may explain why he spends a little more time than usual introducing himself and explaining why he writes to a church that some would claim he has no authority over. Paulconsidered himself aslave(dou`lo")of Christ Jesus.Paul's desire in this context is not to simply place himself among venerated Old Testament saints, or express his gratitude to be a servant of Christ Jesus (though both are true), but rather to communicate in plain terms his

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