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THE ROMANS ROAD: Part 2 - Chaps 2 thru 3 (Progressive Light & Natural Law)

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Segment I: The Identification of Bondage/ Part 2: Romans Chapters 2-3

In this second leg of our trek down the Royal Roman Road, we will learn through the vehicle of Progressive Light that there is in fact a law that preexists the giving of the Mosaic Law at Mount Sinai. A law that has existed since the creation of man, imbedded in his very nature. Like man, who was created in God's image, this perfect law, as part of the nature of man, has been tainted, even swayed by man's fallen nature after Eden. From birth we have the capacity to recognize moral good and moral evil. There is even in inherent understanding of our own rebelliousness. Yet we lack the ability to address this rebellious nature, or to yield to what is right, struggling all the days of our life in this dilemma. Because we can reach no higher than ourselves, we lower the bar, looking to those around us as to what the standard of what is right should be as each does what is right in their own eyes, all the while merely grappling endlessly in the darkness. Enter God's Progressive Light: As we move towards the light provided us in the language of His creation, as we discussed last week, He gives us more light in the "Light of Conscious" where He, drawing on the "Natural Law" He created within us, draws us into contemplation as to not only who He is, but also to what purpose we were created for. Join me as dig deeper into God's Word in understanding the progression of this deliberate redemptive plan He has for us. You can participate live during the broadcast by joining the online chat room, or by calling in at (607)203-5370. All questions and/or comments offered after the broadcast should be directed to (614)388-8838 or you can e-mail me at ryoung@arcstudies.org 

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