# Epistle to the Romans Final Review

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When Paul says "you have died to the law to belong to Christ," the professor suggested he means:

a.The law has no more claims on the believer so is now irrelevant.
b.You "die" to the law as a means of salvation as part of dying to sin in chapter 6.
c.Paul mixes up his metaphors here regarding marriage so we cannot be sure what he means
d.We die to our sense of guilt before God
e.Jews must die to their Jewishness by renouncing Mosaic ceremonial laws, though not the moral law
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When Paul says "you have died to the law to belong to Christ," the professor suggested he means:

a.The law has no more claims on the believer so is now irrelevant.
b.You "die" to the law as a means of salvation as part of dying to sin in chapter 6.
c.Paul mixes up his metaphors here regarding marriage so we cannot be sure what he means
d.We die to our sense of guilt before God
e.Jews must die to their Jewishness by renouncing Mosaic ceremonial laws, though not the moral law
In Romans 7:7-12, we find which of these?

a.Laws are effective at controlling Sin's power
b.There is a fundamental problem with the law since it enables sin
c.We should get rid of the law so sin cannot misuse and warp it
d.The fundamental nature of sin is to oppose established laws and structures
e.If you try hard enough you can out-power sin's power and keep the law as it should be kept
Dr. Bauer proposed that a key purpose of Romans 7:&-25 is:

a.To show that Jews must renounce their Jewishness to follow Christ
b.To address the unspoken question from Romans 3 on how Justification by faith upholds the law
c.To unpack how we all sinned in Adam
d.To show that sin is a bad choice, not an enslaving power
e.To show that since the Jews have the law, they are more impacted by sin's power than Gentiles
Feedback
Dr. Bauer proposed concerning "Ego" that:

a.It personifies the pronoun into the sense of oneself to help the reader identify with the concepts presented
b.There is no good way to know who or what "Ego" is
c."Ego" is insignificant in the passage so we need not worry about it
d."Ego" must be Paul pre-conversion
e."Ego" is only Paul after conversion
From the debate over Regeneration, for the Calvinist, "monergism":

a.Humans work alone and independent of God to find salvation
b.The human will cooperates with God's will to achieve one's personal salvation
c.God alone works and wills one's salvation
d.God will save everyone; another term for universalism
e.Christ is one of several ways to salvation
In Romans 8, the professor argued that when Christ came in the "likeness" - "homoioma" - of sinful human flesh that this means:

a.Christ was a sinful man who was adopted by God to be the messianic son of God
b.Christ become fully sinful in his human nature
c.Christ only appeared to have a sinful human nature but never really become a human
d.Christ's humanity was similar to, but not identical with our sinful human nature
e.We cannot be certain what Paul is talking about
From the six New Testament verses on predestination, the professor proposed:

a.Believers become predestined when they enter the plan of salvation which was itself preplanned before the world was made
b.God predestines all to salvation but let's humans reject that predestination
c.All will be saved except those God predestined to be lost
d.Predestination is just God's personal desire but it does not actually determine future events and salvation
e.God himself does not have actual freedom - he is deterministically subject to the laws that define our reality