Romans Christian Worldview

916 words 4 pages
Ray Foote
Worldview Paper
Bible 425

From the beginning of Paul’s letter to the Romans is not only a letter to the Gentile church in Rome, but also a great introduction to the Gospel for anyone, believer or non-believer to get a starting point from which to form a world view. Paul is clear from Romans 1:3-5 states that Jesus is the Christ, the Messiah, and the Son of God. Within the first chapter of Romans, Paul is clear in that God’s wrath is on the whole earth, believer and non-believer. Romans 1:20 states that God’s invisible attributes, eternal power and divine nature can be seen in the created world. Meaning that those people, whom have never heard of the Gospel of Christ, can still understand God, and have a relationship
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That is the same reason why God told the Israelites not to marry anyone not a Hebrew. Romans 12:9 tell Christian to hate what is evil, and cling to what is good. Paul tells these things us so that again we as Christians are set apart from the world as Gods children. Throughout the book of Romans, all the instructions and examples that Paul used are to show and tell us about the mercy and love of God. God love sent Jesus to earth to be the redeemer of our sinful nature. God’s grace allows for us to spend eternity with him in heaven instead of in hell away from him. God’s mercy allows Christian to stumble but still find Christ again. The book of Romans, tell Christians that even though they are part of the world, that they should live above the World, so that they can be set apart and seen as different, as a beacon of light to the rest of the


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