Episode 44 – Book of Romans
06/22/19 – Byron Theatre, Robert & Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts
“[Romans is] the most pessimistic page of literature upon which your eyes ever rested, but also the most optimistic poem to which your ears ever listened.” – G. Campbell Morgan, in A Concise Survey of the Bible
Regardless of one’s opinion of Paul, author of more than half the New Testament, we have to admire his logic, thoroughness, and passion in proclaiming news of Redemption to the budding church in Rome.
He hoped to visit, but sent this letter “just in case” he couldn’t present this message in person. We’re so excited to share his personal testimony of God’s love – and also contemplate Biblical kindness, hospitality, Jewish prophecy, and the mystery of “the full number of Gentiles.”
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