The Book Of Romans By Paul

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Introduction The book of Romans was written by Paul to present a basic system of salvation to a church that had not receive the teaching of an apostle before. In this book, the basis of a biblical worldview can be illustrated by Paul when it comes to explaining the natural world, our human identity, human relationships, and culture. The Natural World With regards to the natural world, Romans 1:20 clearly states that “For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky. Through everything God made, they can clearly see his invisible qualities – his eternal power and divine nature. So they have no excuse for not knowing God” (NLT). The world was made perfect from God’s hands and science taken the credit away from Him and given it to Evolution other erroneous ideas. It goes on to say they wouldn’t worship him as God or even give him thanks. They thought of foolish ideas of what God was like and eventually became lost. Instead of worshipping God, they worshiped idols and God abandoned them to do whatever their hearts wished (Romans 1:21-24). People in this world are no different from those in Paul’s days. The idols people worship today range from people, statues, wealth, material things, etc. It may not look like they bow down to those things but that’s all their minds are set on. Verses 25-32 is a perfect example of how people live; a perfect example of how we are not to live. Human Identity Romans 3:10-18 says, “No one is righteous – not even
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