biblical worldview essay

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Biblical Worldview Essay on Romans 1-8

Bible 110-D27 New Testament Survey

Spring 2013 Term B & D

Franklin Fowler L26338017

APA

Introduction

Romans is a book in the New Testament that’s was written by the Apostle Paul, somewhere around the winter 56 57 AD from the city of Corinth. The Christians was
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Culture

There is none that understands, there is none that seeketh God; they are all gone out of the way, they are together become profitable, no one doeth good not one (Romans 3:9-13) He futher states in (Romans 3:23) for all have sinned and come short of the glory of God, We should be role model citizens and support the law as the laws are God inspired and serves as a guideline on how not to sin and to be a model for society itself, that is a ongoing theme of the New Testament. Paul shows that the whole world is under sin and therefore guilty, before God. All are accountable, and no one can be justified by his works or the law (Romans 3:10-20). The culture is of the Greeks and Roman and also the Barbarians, Paul met the culture where it was, He knew God was working at the church in Rome because of good reputation, He desperately wanted to be a part of it . The message is to be preached to all regardless of sex, religion, nationality, or orientatation. This is a culture of rejoicing that Paul teaches in suffering set forth in (Romans 5:3-5). If we are righteous and we don’t seek God then how can some of our laws in civilizations have moral aspects to it. We know what it right and what is wrong, the law is written on our hearts, this is why

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