Book of Romans
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The helplessness of man; God's salvation; the eternal Sonship of Christ; the second man; the guarantee of our salvation.
The reality of the Incarnation; Christ's sinlessness; the Virgin Birth and the 'Immaculate Conception'; the infirmities of Christ's human nature; the necessity for a coming as a man.
An offering for sin; perfectionism not taught here; Christ's death and imparted righteousness; justification and sanctification not to be separated.
The general tenor of the Christian's life; different appearances of walking in the flesh; the leading of the Spirit; a false division between Christians; holiness and assurance.
He contrast between Christian and non-Christian; the so-called 'carnal' and 'spiritual' Christians; spiritual death and hating God; rebellion against the law; total inability.
The characteristics of the Christian; life controlled by the Spirit; concern for the soul and salvation; having a taste for the things of the Spirit.
New life in Christ; the necessity for understanding regeneration; the test of real Christianity; the artificial and the spontaneous; spiritual life and the backslider.
Why Paul uses 'peace' here; peace and righteousness; at peace with God; ourselves and others; the ability to please God
Quickening here neither regeneration nor faith-healing; the resurrection of the body guaranteed by the Spirit's indwelling; complete deliverance from sin and its effects; the nature of the glorified body.
Sanctification in practice; 'perfectionism' and 'counteraction' rejected; no mention of surrender; a call for action in the light of understanding; realizing and paying our debt.