My goal is to explore Biblical theology and foster discussion. I think the more we discuss as brothers and sisters in Christ, the more we'll be able to approach conflict and disagreements with love and patience.
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Paul’s Conclusion to Romans - Romans 16:1-27
A lot of people skip Romans 16 because it reads like the end-credits for a movie; just a long list of names and boring information. But let’s dive into the last chapter in the book of Romans and see what we can glean from Paul’s outro to this book of the Bible.
The Gospel is Everything - Romans 15:1-33
For the Apostle Paul, the gospel was everything. It motivated his every waking action. It’s what kept him from visiting Rome. It’s what made his first visit to Rome one where he spent the whole visit in prison. And it’s what eventually got him killed. Let’s look at Romans 15 and see why the gospel should be our motivation in life as well.
Weak in the Faith - Romans 14:1-23
How can Christians disagree over an issue like abstaining from alcohol, or worshipping on different days, or any number of issues, and still remain united in Christ? How are we to conduct ourselves when we come across those who are “weak in the faith?” Paul has some great insight for us in Romans 14.
Submitting to Governing Authorities - Romans 13:1-14
In what is probably the most cited passage of 2020, Paul outlines what it means for Christians to be good citizens. Do we always submit to anything the government says, just because they said so? Or do we get to ignore anything the government says because they’re not Christian? Let’s look at God’s word as see what He has to say about it.
Genuine Love - Romans 12:9-21
A lot of people offer their own definitions for what they think love looks like. Well, in Romans 12, Paul offers his own definition of what love should look like in the church. Let’s dive in and uncover the true meaning of “brotherly love.”
Living Sacrifices and Discerning God’s Will - Romans 12:1-8
In one of the most well-known passages of Scripture, Paul begins to outline what it means for Christians to live as Christians. Let’s dive into the seemingly contradictory phrasing of what it means to be a “living sacrifice.”