The Bible Of Romans : A Biblical Worldview Essay

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The book of Romans is known as one of the most significant apostolic letter. But while Romans is considered a basis for many theological and philosophical questions, the book of Romans is not a systematic theology, it is an occasional letter. Which means it was written to deal with specific situations. Paul wrote a letter to the believers at Rome that explains the gospel and defends a Biblical worldview. A worldview is just what it sounds like, it is how you view the world and what you believe the answers are to the questions that every human ponders. Having a Biblical worldview means that you believe everything that is in the Word of God and act accordingly. The book of Romans covers many different topics that defend a biblical worldview.
The book of Romans teaches on the existence and different characteristics of God.
Paul refers to The Lord as “the immortal God” in Romans 1:23 and an “eternal God” in 16:26, and the “Creator” in 1:25. The book of Romans also says he has “eternal power and divine nature” (ESV, 2007) In Romans 1:18 it says “For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth.” In reference to the wrath of God. And in 2:2 “We know that the judgment of God rightly falls on those who practice such things.” (ESV, 2007) Talking about the judgement of God. We can see that Paul talks about the judgement and wrath of God. But Paul also talks about the love of Christ

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