Bible Studies

Romans 6:1—8:39 — (3)

Lecture 3—Ewald Seidel Paul’s Letter to the Romans Romans 6:1—8:39 Review of Lecture 2 With the coming of Christ, God’s decisive redemptive act took place. In Christ, the righteousness that comes from God was revealed. In the cross of Christ, God revealed His wrath against human sin in a once-for-all act; and... Continue reading

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Romans 3:21—5:21 — (2)

  Lecture 2 Paul’s Letter to the Romans Romans 3:21—5:21 Review of lecture 1 The Scriptures that the Jewish people had received long ago, looked forward to the coming of One who would be the ‘good news’, not only for the Jews, but also for the Gentiles. The OT Scriptures made that quite clear. But the &ls... Continue reading

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Romans 14:1—15:13 — (9)

  Lecture 9―Ewald Seidel Paul’s Letter to the Romans Romans 14:1—15:13 Revision of Lecture 8 When Paul speaks of the way Christians are to relate to ‘authorities’, it is best to interpret these as the state authorities. It is a common practice to talk about the Church and the State. Although in some count... Continue reading

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Romans 15:14-33 — (10)

Lecture 10―Ewald Seidel Paul’s Letter to the Romans Romans 15:14-33 Revision of Lecture 9 Paul tells the Christians in Rome that they have a responsibility towards the weak among them. To identify the weak correctly is very important. We have to understand that some new or young believers may not fully appreciate the nature of... Continue reading

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