The New Testament book of Romans was originally a letter sent by the Apostle Paul to a first century church he longed to visit. It is somewhat ironic that Paul, a Roman citizen, had not set foot in this imperial city prior to penning this 16 chapter missive to the church at Rome.
Romans explains God's plan of salvation for Jew and Gentile alike and emphasizes justification by faith. The following online resources will aid your study of Romans and the accompanying slide show (featuring the photography of Rick Woodall, Michael Applebee, Chris Kish and others) can be downloaded for free at Fools for Christ.
- The Creator is Clearly Seen (free .PDF download from Answers in Genesis) describing how God is seen through his creation.
- John Gill’s verse by verse commentary
- A timeless sermon on Romans 16 (first delivered in 1873) by C. H. Spurgeon.
- Romans 8 battleship
- Romans 9-12 unscramble