This chapter provides an exegesis of Romans 1:1-7.
This chapter provides an introduction to Paul’s letter to the Romans. Introductory matters discussed are Paul's world, letters, and his theology, the composition, date, recipients, and provenance of the letter, and its theme, genre, outline, and purpose.
This article believes that it is impossible to treat Paul’s understanding of the law of Moses rightly apart from at least some discussion of "natural revelation" in Paul’s letter to the Romans. The author believes that the two themes are linked in Romans 2:12-16 in such a way that the interpretation of one affects the interpretation of the other.
This article reflects on the contribution that Romans makes to the canon of Scripture.
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.