Roman 7:7-25 Essay

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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY EXEGETICAL PAPER ON (ROMANS 7:7-25) A BOOK REVIEW SUBMITTED TO DR. ADEYEMI IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COURSE NBST 610 LIBERTY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY BY DANIEL GOBLE LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA FEB, 28TH 2015 OUTLINE Selected passage: Romans 7:7-25 Thesis: In Romans 7:7-25 we see Paul’s conviction of the law and learning how to live a sanctified life where he claims that the law is not evil but it is present to show sins existence in our life. Outline: I. Introduction II. Context: A. Historical cultural context of Paul B. Literary context of Romans 7:7-25 II. Content: A. Is the law sin? 7-12 B. Is the law the…show more content…
In Romans 7:7-25 we see Paul’s conviction of the law and learning how to live a sanctified life where he claims that the law is not evil but it is present to show sins existence in our life. As we look at verses (7:7-12) we see what the law is and how we can define it whether it is sin or not. In looking at verses (7:13-14) we see the cause of death, in many cases people have said that the law is the cause of death but in the text we will see that sin is the true cause of death. As we look at the following passage we see a turn of events in verses (7:14-24), As we see the author change directions in his writings we see him talk about the inner struggle that comes through sin and how as a unbeliever he struggled with the temptations that sin brings forth. The next passage that we will discuss is verses (7:24-25), without a doubt we see that the answer to the inner struggle is a Savior that comes through Jesus Christ our lord. This last part of the paper talks about the remedy of the inner struggle that comes to all people that struggle with sin in an unconverted state. This paper investigates a passage that has been used throughout the ages as evidence to take the law away and yet it has also been used as a passage to enforce strict guidelines to the law. After reading this paper hopefully you will have a good perspective on how the law works in your faith today. CONTEXT: In looking at Romans 7:7-25 we see that it expands on the passage 7:5 with a emphasis on Paul
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