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THE ROMANS ROAD: Part 3 - Chap 3 (From Natural Law to Written Law)

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From The Schoolmaster To The Savior

Segment I: The Identification of Bondage/ Part 3: Romans Chapter 3

"Now we know that whatever the law says, it says to those who are under the law, that every mouth may be stopped, and all the world may become guilty before God. Therefore by the deeds of the law no flesh will be justified in His sight, for by the law is the knowledge of sin. But now the righteousness of God apart from the law is revealed, being witnessed by the Law and the Prophets." (Romans 3:19-21)

As we travel further down the Royal Roman Road, we begin to see the broader view of God's Divine Purpose in His Progressive Light model. Having come from seeing God in creation itself in chapter 1, resulting in our engaging His purpose for us in thoughtful contemplation as our consciousness, guided by Natural Law, gives way to a newly enlightened conscience that seeks divine direction in chapter 2. It is at this point that we have arrived at the cusp at which the vagueness of "General Revelation" begins to give way to the clarity of "Special Revelation" as a Natural Law, tainted by man's fallen nature, yields to the clarity of the Mosaic Law with its refining properties. It is by means of our encounter with this Law that we are brought to the line of demarcation that separates the Kingdom of God from the kingdoms of this world as we are brought to that point of fateful decision required by all encountering the "Light of Christ." Join me as we experience these next fateful steps from "Schoolmaster to Savior." 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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