Mondays, 7:15-8:30pm • Meets at UBC
Epistle to the Romans
“Paul, a servant of Christ Jesus, called to be an apostle, set apart for the gospel of God” (Romans 1:1)
Throughout Christian history, by common consent, Paul’s epistle to the Romans has been regarded as the high peak of the Bible, the place where all the main biblical themes are brought together and displayed in a single panoramic sweep. God, man, sin, grace, law, judgment, the plan of salvation, election, reprobation, the role of work of Christ, the ministry of the Holy Spirit, faith, works, creation, redemption, revelation, justification, sanctification, the Christian hope, the nature of the church, the place of Jew and Gentile in God’s purposes, the philosophy of church and world history, the meaning and message of the Old Testament, the significance of baptism, the principles of personal devotion, ethics, and Christian fellowship, the profiles of godliness and ungodliness – they are all here, fully “connected up,”
– from Romans “The Crossway Classic Commentaries”
Please join us as we go through the book of Romans and delve deep into Apostle Paul’s presentation of how the gospel ties all the biblical themes together.
Please contact Esther or Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.