In Romans 3:21-30, finally, Paul the prosecutor gives us good news in a surprise verdict.
In Romans 3:9-20, Paul presents the closing argument of his indictment of all humanity.
In Romans 3:1-8, Paul raises two objections to his charge against religious people in the previous chapter.
In Romans 2:17-29, Paul further extends his charge against those who presume their religious activities make up for their moral failures.
In Romans 2:1-16, Paul extends his charge to include people who feel safeguarded by a sense of their own morality.
In Romans 1:18-32, Paul levels an indictment against pagan man – both ancient and modern.
In Romans 1:16-17, we encounter the topic of Paul’s argument for the letter, regarding the power of the gospel to save.
In Romans 1:8-15, we consider how Paul uses the letter introduction to motivate the Romans to receive his gospel teaching.
In Romans 1:1-7, we encounter Paul’s self-description to a church he had never visited and learn more about the Roman believers.