This article is about the gospel and the righteousness of God. This righteousness is a gift from God. From Romans 1:16-17 it shows that there should be no shame for this gospel of justification
This article is a Bible study on Romans 1:18-23.
In this chapter Schreiner introduces the apostle Paul’s letter to the Romans. Different aspects are explored: the significance of the letter, authorship, date, its unity, the text and its integrity, its destination and purpose, and finally its literary structure.
In this article on Romans 1:20 we see that God gives witness to his existence and glory, but that man chooses to ignore the truth.
This article is a Bible study on Romans 1:24-32.
This article is a Bible study on Romans 1:1-7.
This article is a Bible study on Romans 1:8-15.
Thielman is convinced that if one is to understand how justification functions in Paul's writings, one needs to understand how the righteousness language functions in Romans 1:17. He argues in this article that part of the reason for the volatile interpretive history of this verse is that the phrase is polyvalent. He further argues that the "righteousness of God” has three meanings in Romans 1:17.