This study through the book of Romans focuses on being the Cathedral of the Christian faith. Its profound theology and impressive style were reason enough for it to be assigned the first place among the epistles of Paul. The theme of the book centers on the Gospel of Christ (Rom. 1:16,17). Paul is deeply concerned that his readers understand how a sinner may be received as righteous by a righteous God; and how a justified sinner should live daily to the glory of God.

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