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ACTS 28: 1-31  PAUL LANDS AT THE ISLAND OF MELITA 

THE EPISTLE OF PAUL TO THE ROMANS.    Romans 1 : 1-13

SUMMARY OF ROMANS:

date & Place : The 6th of Paul's Letters, written from Corinth, about 58-60 AD.  and sent to Rome by Phebe ( 9 Romans 16:1 ).  

Author, Paul, the Apostle to nthe gentiles, Called Saul ( Acts 8:1, 9:1, 13:9 )  A Benjamite born in Tarsus,  Asia Minor  (Romans 11:1, Phil. 3:5,  Acts 9: 11,   A pharisee educated at Jerusalem  ( Acts 22:3, 23:6, Acts 26: 4-5.) A Roman Citizen ( Acts 16:37; 22:25-28 )

Persecutor Of the Christians ( Acts 7:58; 8:1, 9:1; 22:4; gal. 1:13 )  Converted to Christ  Acts 9: 1-17), becoming a preacher and writer of the Gospel and giving us a clearer consept of Christianity. ( Acts 9:19, 29; Gal. 1: 11-2:1; 2 Peter 3:15  paul wrote 14 Epistles, from Romans to Hebrews.

Theme:  romans is first in order of the Epistles, doctrinally and in Canonical Order, and rightly so,   for it contains the A B C's of Christian Education.  until it's lessons are learned we are ignorant of true Christian Principles.  It is the nvery foundation of Church teaching, and if we are wrong in understanding here we shall be wrong elsewhere.  The great theme is the revelation of God's wrath against sin and the righteousness through faith as the grounds of justification.  Romans makes the whole world guilty before God and in need of Salvation through Jesus Christ.  The prominent feature is the long doctrinal section (1:16-8:39 )

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