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Terms in this set (40)
What was central to Roman political and social life?
Paul persecuted Christians until he saw Jesus on the road to where?
Paul died in what year?
Which of the following is NOT one of the four areas that Paul writes in Romans that are in need of reflection?
What was Pauls original jewish name?
Paul most likely wrote Romans between what years?
What was the capital of the Roman empire?
At the peek of Rome's power how many residents were there?
nearly one million
Where was Paul most likely located when he wrote Romans?
Paul was born in what city?
Which of the following did NOT increase the sanitary conditions of Rome?
Paul concludes his letter with a warning about what?
(True/False) More than any other book within the New Testament Romans is a systematic presentation doctrine
(True/False) Paul was in hopes of seeing Aquilla and Priscilla after they had left Rome and then later returned
(True/False) Paul writes in Romans that a precursor to salvation are works of the law
(True/False) Within the central theme of Romans, God's wrath and salvation are equally shared between Jews and Gentiles
(True/False) According to Paul, Man has two opposing choices/forces before us; they are flesh and spirit
(True/False) Paul writes his letter to the Romans during the end of his third missionary journey
(True/False) The theme of Romans is the following: the gospel of Christ, which is that all people need salvation, comes by to us by grace, through faith.
(True/False) Paul had only been to the church at Rome one other time, before sending his letter to them
(True/False) Paul quotes from the Old Testament in every chapter of Romans to support the claim that Jesus was the Messiah
(True/False) When Paul writes of the essence of the universality of sin, he is meaning that humanity rebels in an attempt to reject God and usurp his role as creator
(True/False) The founder of the Roman church is unknown
(True/False) According to Paul, all humanity is rightfully condemned for not abiding by their conscience
(true/False) Rome's clean water supply was granted through the aqueduct system
(True/False) Paul uses rhetorical questions in Romans because he feels under attack and may be responding to questions raised by his opponents
Know Bible Verse
Romans 3:23-24 For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and are justified by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus.
God's perfect standard of goodness and holiness that is present only in Christ.
Made holy; set apart for service; the continuing process of the work of the Holy Spirit to conform our lives to the image of God; becoming more like Him.
Buying back; Christ paid the ransom—His death paid the penalty of our sin; He freed us from the bondage/slavery of sin.
Declared "not guilty," but righteous, by a holy God; "just as if I'd" never sinned; given right standing before God.
The appeasement of God's wrath
The absence of life-Physical: of the body- Spiritual: separation from God- Eternal: final death at judgement
Wiping away sins
To be revived or brought back from death
The favor—love and kindness—of God (undeserved and unearned by our own works) extended for our benefit on the basis of Christ's work of redemption.
Trusting Christ alone for salvation; a belief so determined that it leads to action.
A work of God through which a believer is freed from their past, present, and futures wrongs against Him.
The natural state of mankind; falling short of God's standard; whatever we do in opposition to God's perfect will; putting anything in God's place.
Sinning so that God's grace may abound more
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