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An Analysis Of The Book Of Romans

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The book of Romans is a letter from Paul written to the people from the church at Rome. It teaches about righteousness from God, unrighteousness of all mankind, justification, and sanctification. Paul wrote this letter to inform us about sin and how to have true righteousness. The righteousness that comes from our faith through Jesus Christ.
In Genesis 1 NIV God created all humans, creatures, heavens, and the earth. We know this because we believe that the Bible is a revelation of God for us to know he exist. It is written in Romans 1:20 “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities- His eternal power and divine nature- have been clearly seen, being understood from what has ...view middle of the document...

There is sin everywhere and people really need to get back to knowing God and obeying his word. Everywhere you look or read today you see sin. Sin is in homes, in the government, sins all over the world. The world be a much better place if they would allow praying in school or even saying the Pledge of Allegiance. Children today are disrespectful and have no discipline due to the laws of the world.
During the time Paul wrote this letter, the culture was Hellenized. They worshiped “gods” and goddesses”. We get the insight of how God viewed the people of the world and that he does not just save the Jews but that he will save everyone. God uses people’s faith in Him to bring them to repentance. “For we maintain that a person is justified by faith apart from the work of the law” (Rom 3:28). There are many religions in the world, but a lot of them believe there is a God. They may not have the same faith as Christians do but they still believe. Our faith in God lets us know that it does not matter what race, sex, or even religion you are God will still be there for you and help you when you need it. Praying is a way of communicating with God or you...

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