An in-depth study of the book of Romans. It focuses on Paul’s systematic explanation of the gospel to the Romans and offers insight into the doctrines of sin, salvation, and sanctification. The student will learn how union with Christ and the indwelling Holy Spirit leads to spiritual growth.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:1.Discuss key events in the life and ministry of the apostle Paul, including the background issues that prompted his letter to the Roman church.2.Defend Paul’s right to be called an apostle, missionary, theologian, and servant of Jesus Christ.3.Describe how Paul develops in his letter to the Romans the gospel message involving people’s need of a Savior, God’s provision of a Savior, God’s shaping process, and the Holy Spirit’s empowering of the believer.4.Evaluate Paul’s discourse on Israel’s election, unbelief, and restoration and relate this to his primary ministry to Gentiles.5.Apply in your cultural context and in your own life Paul’s practical teaching with respect to living the Christian life and relating to all people, including non-Christians, authorities, and other believers.6.Preach or teach the gospel message as expounded by the apostle Paul in his letter to the Roman church.
Mode of Study
•Lecture•Video•Student interaction•Hands on
•50 objective multiple choice questions•Online or pencil and paper•Passmark 70%