Romans explains how faith in Jesus justifies all people and creates a unified, multiethnic family and a path to righteousness. Jesus created a new covenant family. Today, Romans is perhaps best known for clearly articulating key doctrines like man's sinfulness, justification by faith, regeneration, union with Christ, adoption, and sanctification. Romans is known for its rich, deep, glorious, and at times unsettling theological assertions and implications.
A challenge from the book of Romans, Chapters 1-16 (King James Version edition)