The Letter to the Romans, monumental amongst Paul's writings, has commanded more scholarly and theological attention than any other New Testament letter. Romans is vital to understanding the gospel message: justification through faith; the dominion of sin and its release in Christ; baptism; the role of Jew and Gentile in God's purpose - all these are treated in more detail here than anywhere else in the New Testament. Yet many beginning and intermediate readers of the Bible find the letter very difficult. A key task, therefore, at the outset, is to try to get a good grasp of the main themes and flow of the letter as a whole. That's a good position to start from in order to get into some of the details!
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