The Book Of Romans By Paul Analysis

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The book of Romans is a more calmly reasoned presentation of Paul’s doctrine of salvation through faith (Harris, 2014). In it, Paul thoughtfully explores an issue central to all world religions, which was how to bridge the moral gap between God and humanity. In the First portion of the book of Romans, Paul examines the causes and consequences of humanity’s alienation from God (Harris, 2014). Having a particular the Gentiles, Paul turns to them first. As he examines the Gentiles moral errors, he concludes that such errors stem from polytheism and idolatry. According to Paul, idol worship is inexcusable because God’s glory is revealed in the natural world (Harris, 2014). Although the book of Genesis does not mention the start of polytheism,
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