Romans: Epistolary Genre

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Based that Paul wrote a letter to the believers of Rome, the Romans passage will obviously be of an epistolary genre. Romans 2:1-16 is on the premise that the Jews are going to be judged, only through their own works that they have done while on this earth. However, the following passage, Romans 2:17-3:8, the Jews do not even follow the law that they were taught from, especially the Pharisees during Jesus’ time, but they ask a question that Paul would answer if they have a clear advantage over the Gentiles since they have the law. Romans 3:21-31 indicates that righteousness is best described as having faith in Christ that those might be free of sin through the very sacrifice Christ gave so that our sins will be removed. A clear example of someone

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