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The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the ROMANS.
Jesus is seen as: Our Justifier
-Bible Study Info-WRITER. The Apostle Paul (Ro 1:1).

DATE. Romans, the sixth in chronological order of Paul's Epistles, was written from Corinth during the apostle's third visit to that city. 2Co 13:1 in A.D. 60. The Epistle has its occasion in the intention of the apostle soon to visit Rome. Naturally, he would wish to announce before his coming the distinctive truths which had been revealed to and through him. He would desire the Christians in Rome to have his own statement of the great doctrines of grace so bitterly assailed everywhere by legalistic teachers.

THEME. The theme of Romans is "the Gospel of God" (Ro 1:1), the very widest possible designation of the whole body of redemption truth, for it is He with whom is "no respect of persons"; and who is not "the God of the Jews only," but "of the Gentiles also" Ro 2:11; 3:29. Accordingly, "all the world" is found guilty Ro 3:19, and a redemption is revealed as wide as the need, upon the alone condition of faith. Not only does Romans embody in the fullest way the doctrines of grace in relation to salvation, but in three remarkable chapters (9-11.) the great promises to Israel are reconciled with the promises concerning the Gentiles, and the fulfilment of the former shown to await the completion of the church and coming of the Deliverer out of Zion Ro 11:25-27. The key-phrase is "the righteousness of God" Ro 1:17; 3:21-22.

The Epistle, exclusive of the introduction (1.1-17), is in seven parts.
1. The whole world guilty before God, 1.18-3.20.
2. Justification through the righteousness of God by faith, the Gospel remedy for guilt, 3.21-5.11.
3. Crucifixion with Christ, the resurrection life of Christ, and the walk in the Spirit, the Gospel provision for inherent sin, 5.12-8.13.
4. The full result in blessing of the Gospel, 8.14-39.
5. Parenthesis: the Gospel does not abolish the covenant promises to Israel, 9.1-11.36.
6. Christian life and service, 12.1-15.33.
7. The outflow of Christian love, 16.1-27.


Ref: The Scofield Reference Bible.

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1. ROMANS 1:1-17
1986-10-12  S-A.M.  38:46   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 1:1-17

Introduction.
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2. ROMANS 1:18-32
1986-10-19  S-A.M.  40:16   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 1:18-32

Part 1. The guilty world.
1. The wrath of God revealed.
2. The universe, a revelation of the power and deity of God.
3. The seven stages of Gentile world apostasy.
4. The result of Gentile world apostasy.
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3. ROMANS 2:1-16
1986-10-26  S-A.M.  35:17   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 2:1-16

Part 1. The guilty world.(Cont).
5. The Gentile pagan moralizers no better than other pagans.
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4. ROMANS 2:17-29
1986-11-30  S-A.M.  39:43   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 2:17-29

Part 1. The guilty world.(Cont).
6. The Jew, knowing the law, is condemned by the law.
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5. ROMANS 3:1-12
1986-12-07  S-A.M.  39:53   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 3:1-12

Part 1. The guilty world.(Cont).
7. The advantage of the Jew works his greater condemnation.
8. The final verdict: The whole world guilty before God.
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6. ROMANS 3:13-31
1986-12-14  S-A.M.  41:53   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 3:13-31

8. The final verdict: The whole world guilty before God. [Cont.]
Part 2. Justification by faith in Christ crucified, the only remedy for sin.
1. Justification defined.
2. Justification a universal remedy.
3. Justification by faith honors the law.
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7. ROMANS 4:1-8
1986-12-21  S-A.M.  40:43   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 4:1-8

Part 2. Justification by faith in Christ crucified, the only remedy for sin.(Cont).
4. Justification by faith illustrated.
5. Justifying faith defined.
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8. ROMANS 4:9-25
1986-12-28  S-A.M.  43:04   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 4:9-25

Part 2. Justification by faith in Christ crucified, the only remedy for sin.(Cont).
6. Justification is apart from ordinances.
7. Justification is apart from the law.
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9. ROMANS 5:1-11
1987-01-04  S-A.M.  43:38   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 5:1-11

Part 2. Justification by faith in Christ crucified, the only remedy for sin.(Cont).
The seven results of justification.
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10. ROMANS 5:12-21
1987-01-11  S-A.M.  42:50   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 5:12-21

Part 3. Sanctification: Indwelling sin, and the Gospel remedy.
1. Through Adam, sin and death.
2. Through Christ, righteousness and life.
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11. ROMANS 6:1-10
1987-01-18  S-A.M.  41:12   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 6:1-10

Part 3. Sanctification: Indwelling sin, and the Gospel remedy.(Cont).
3. Deliverance from the power of indwelling sin.
3a. By union with the Christ in death and resurrection.
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12. ROMANS 6:11-23
1987-01-25  S-A.M.  42:35   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 6:11-23

Part 3. Sanctification: Indwelling sin, and the Gospel remedy.
3. Deliverance from the power of indwelling sin.(Cont).
3b. By counting the old life to be dead, and by yielding the new life to God.
3c. By deliverance from the law through death, and by the Spirit.
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13. ROMANS 7:1-6
1987-02-01  S-A.M.  42:45   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 7:1-6

Part 3. Sanctification: Indwelling sin, and the Gospel remedy.
3. Deliverance from the power of indwelling sin.
3c. By deliverance from the law through death, and by the Spirit.(Cont).
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14. ROMANS 7:7-14
1987-02-08  S-A.M.  44:44   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 7:7-14

Part 3. Sanctification: Indwelling sin, and the Gospel remedy.
3. Deliverance from the power of indwelling sin.(Cont).
3d. The believer is not made holy by the law.
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15. ROMANS 7:15-25
1987-02-15  S-A.M.  42:24   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 7:15-25

Part 3. Sanctification: Indwelling sin, and the Gospel remedy.
3. Deliverance from the power of indwelling sin.(Cont).
3e. The strife of the two natures under the law.
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16. ROMANS 8:1-13
1987-03-01  S-A.M.  43:39   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 8:1-13

Part 3. Sanctification: Indwelling sin, and the Gospel remedy.
3. Deliverance from the power of indwelling sin.(Cont).
3f. The new law of the Spirit delivers, makes righteous.
3g.Conflict of the Spirit with the flesh.
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17. ROMANS 8:14-17
1987-03-08  S-A.M.  34:51   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 8:14-17

Part 4. Full rest of the Gospel.
1. The believer, a son and heir.
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18. ROMANS 8:18-25
1987-03-15  S-A.M.  39:07   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 8:18-25

Part 4. Full rest of the Gospel.(Cont).
2. The creation, delivered from suffering and death, kept for the sons of God.
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19. ROMANS 8:26-30
1987-04-12  S-A.M.  39:33   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 8:26-30

Part 4. Full rest of the Gospel.(Cont).
3. The Spirit, an indwelling Intercessor.
4. The unfailing purpose of God through the Gospel.
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20. ROMANS 8:31-39
1987-04-19  S-A.M.  40:54   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ROMANS 8:31-39

Part 4. Full rest of the Gospel.
4. The unfailing purpose of God through the Gospel.(Cont).
5. The believer secure.
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