Romans and the Christian Worldview Essay

753 Words Dec 14th, 2012 4 Pages
Barbara Underwood
Bible 425
November 5, 2012

ROMANS AND THE CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW

ESSAY

Paul’s argument in Romans is foundational to the Biblical/Christian Worldview. Paul brings to realization of what God is revealing to the Christian World. Most Christians do not understand the consequences of not obeying the moral laws and its values. Christians are influenced by other religions because of the lack of understanding the expectations and the fact of being accountable for their actions. Paul is presenting specific directions as how to live a godly life and to show consideration to others. This is imperative for Christians in today’s society as well as it was to the Romans. Acquiring a good foundation in the word of God
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Romans 5:12-21, reveals before there was a law, sin was in the world. Adams fall brought sin into this world, and sin brought death. Everyone has sinned because of the event that took place in the garden. Death was spread to man because of Adams disobedience. Jesus went to the cross to redeem man from sin, all have righteousness of God through Him. Christ brought life to all Christians who believe in Him. Salvation: What does Roman teach about Salvation? Salvation is for everyone who believes. The problem today is most people do not believe. Whether a person has the physical bible today they still have a conscious. Even though people know about God they refuse to be faithful and say thanks. People exchanged the truth of God for a lie. They would rather believe that the creator has no claim on their lives, and choose to use things of the world. Belief in the Gospel change people lives, and is the answer to obedience verses disobedience. It is of the grace and the unmerited favor of God and no condemnation through Jesus Christ. The nature and mission of Jesus Christ: To bring “Good News” to the non Christians. The Good News was the gospel of God. Romans 8:3 relate Jesus as in the form of “sinful flesh.” Romans 1:1 Jesus is explained to be descended from the line of David in his “human nature, or as a man.” Through Jesus Christ all people are called by obedience and the gift of grace from God. If it was not for Jesus, this world

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