romans (book of)

Detailed outline of the Book of Romans

Introduction (1:1–15) Theme: Righteousness fro4m God (1:16–17) The Unrighteousness of All People (1:18—3:20) Gentiles (1:18–32) Jews (2:1—3:8) Summary: All People (3:9–20) Righteousness Imputed: Justification (3:21—5:21) Through Christ (3:21–26) Received by Faith (3:27—4:25) The principle established (3:27–31) The principle illustrated (ch. 4) The Fruits of Righteousness (5:1–11) Summary: Humanity’s Unrighteousness Contrasted with God’s Gift of


Romans Salutation 1:1 From Paul, a slave of Christ Jesus, called to be an apostle, set apart for the gospel of God. 1:2 This gospel he promised beforehand through his prophets in the holy scriptures, 1:3 concerning his Son who was a descendant of David with reference to the flesh, 1:4 who was appointed the Son-of-God-in-power according

Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible – Romans – Robert Jamieson, A.R. Fausset, and David Brown

THE EPISTLE OF PAUL THE APOSTLE TO THE ROMANS Commentary by David Brown   INTRODUCTION The Genuineness of the Epistle to the Romans has never been questioned. It has the unbroken testimony of all antiquity, up to Clement of Rome, the apostle's "fellow laborer in the Gospel, whose name was in the Book of Life" (Php 4:3), and