An Analysis of The Book of Romans

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The book of Romans is a letter from Paul written to the people from the church at Rome. It teaches about righteousness from God, unrighteousness of all mankind, justification, and sanctification. Paul wrote this letter to inform us about sin and how to have true righteousness. The righteousness that comes from our faith through Jesus Christ. In Genesis 1 NIV God created all humans, creatures, heavens, and the earth. We know this because we believe that the Bible is a revelation of God for us to know he exist. It is written in Romans 1:20 “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities- His eternal power and divine nature- have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” God created everything for mankind to glorify Him and for mankind to be closer to Him. He created man from dust and woman from the rib of man. Knowing Christ and our true nature is the factor of human identity. We learn in Romans that we will not be glorified, sanctified, or justified without Jesus Christ (Rom 8:30). If we do not believe in God an...
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