This article is a Bible study on Romans 2:1-16.
Appeal is often made to Romans 9 to explain and defend the doctrine of election. The traditional Reformed exegesis of Romans 9, however, is increasingly questioned today. Schreiner first wants to explain two of the objections to this exegesis, and then examines whether the objections are persuasive.
This article is a Bible study on Romans 2:17-29.
This article is a Bible study on Romans 2:1-29.
Romans 2:12-16 raises important questions. What is the relationship of the Law to the Gentiles? Does Romans 2 teach that there is a “natural law” that is a Gentile equivalent to the Law of Moses? Has this text anything to say about conscience? Is it possible for Gentiles to receive salvation through obedience to this natural law? Is Paul’s argument in Romans 2:12-16 a contradiction to what he wrote in Romans 3:9 and 20?
Do Christians still struggle with sin after being saved? Can they still feel wretched? Romans 7 has been a point of discussion on this matter. How should we understand it? This article highlights different interpretations, with the author giving his own.
This article is an exposition of Romans 2:14, 15.