God's Judgement In Romans

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The main theme of Romans 2 is God’s judgment. The Roman people were living by some standard of morality, but they were comparing themselves to other people. They were judging others even though they were just as wicked. Paul clearly states that it is more about the intent and attitude behind the morality than morality itself. Paul further clarifies that God is good, gracious, and merciful, yet the Roman people would forsake God’s awesome character. The Roman people had a form of godliness. By form, they had the head knowledge of godliness but they did not have the heart knowledge, nor did they have the actions to match their knowledge. Paul warns the Roman people that there will be a day of judgment coming.
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