Book of Romans
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Glorious good news; a threefold deliverance from sin; reconciliation and restoration; salvation; past; present and future; God's way.
God's saving power; the efficacy of the gospel; the Word and the Spirit; the divine prescription; for the Jew first; hope for all.
A revealed gospel; a righteousness acceptable to God; clothed with Christ's righteousness; the uniqueness of Christian faith; the instrument; Luther and Habakkuk.
Recapitulation; the importance of the section; 1:18; 3:20; the necessity of the gospel proved; the history and futility of civilisation; general analysis of the section.
Beginning with our relationship to God; experience and the cults; unbelieving and modernist attitudes to God's wrath; a controlling conception for scriptural evangelism; the New Testament evidence; the practice of our Lord; the apostles and the great evangelists
The nature of God's wrath; ways in which it is revealed; judgements in history; wrath and the cross; wrath now and later.
The character of sin; ungodliness and unrighteousness; connection and order; sins and sin; mere morality and the social gospel; man-centred religion; true evangelism.
Man's utter inexcusability; a universal sense of God; God manifested in creation; providence and history; general and special revelation; suppressing the truth; proud and wicked philosophy.
The rejection of God; idolatry and mythology; reverence before the God of the Bible; folly and foulness; judicial abandonment; the need for revival.
The facts concerning Jesus Christ; the uniqueness of the event; the proof of the Resurrection.