The Book of Romans: The Christian Constitution

The Book of Romans is one of the most profound letters in the Bible.  In it, God not only reveals just how lost humanity is, but also how utterly incapable it is to establish any kind of right relationship with God via human effort.  Only by God’s direct, personal, and sovereign intervention on the part of mankind can it ever hope to be redeemed. 

In short, the Book of Romans tells the reader where the Christian originated, how he became, and what is expected of him as he traverses the Christian life.  It is the “Christian Constitution” and should be read, studied, and meditated upon if one wishes to know exactly what it means to be a Christian.  Anything short of understanding its contents, even though a lifetime’s worth of study would not exhaust its depth, it tantamount to believing another Gospel that cannot save.

The following 42 hours spent discussing Romans was recorded as part of the Christian Apologetics Project digital broadcast.  This, along with other broadcasts and recording, was made with the intention to equip Christians to be able to enjoy the Christian live, as well to be able to defend the faith once delivered to the saints.

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