• Joel Harder

Introducing a Study in Romans

Tomorrow morning in the LOFT, we are launching a new study through the book of Romans. It has been called the most important letter ever written.

[Romans is] the book that is the explanatory book of the most important book ever written; the Bible.It can’t be studied without a revival in a body, and a society. — Tom Nelson

Romans sets forth, probably most clearly, the essence of the Biblical message of how a Holy God gets sinful humanity into heaven without compromising Himself. It’s been said this book cannot be studied without a revival in a body and society.

I’m looking forward to this study in the young adult ministries at FBCA and I’m thankful to co-teach with Doug and Josh this summer! Join us at 11:00 AM at FBC Alexandria in the LOFT. fbcalexandria.org/theLOFT

Outline of Romans

(T. Nelson, 2009)

  1. Doctrinal (Chapters 1-8)

  2. Condemnation (Ch. 1-3a)

  3. Justification (Ch. 3b-7)

  4. Sanctification (Ch. 8)

  5. National (Chapters 9-11)

  6. Israel’s Past (Ch. 9)

  7. Israel’s Present (Ch. 10)

  8. Israel’s Future (Ch. 11)

  9. Practical (Chapters 12-16)

Power Points on Romans:

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