• If the Gospels are the good news, what is the bad news?
• Do faith and works both play a part in our salvation?
• What does the Bible teach us about homosexuality?
6 hours 27 min. (5 CDs / MP3)
In modern times, many people seem to have lost both their sorrow for sin and the joy of salvation. Nobody "sins" anymore; we only make "mistakes." And many Christians lack enthusiasm for the "good news" of the Gospel. Why is this? Why is the modern world so apathetic toward the message that once swept across the Roman Empire like a tidal wave and converted the known world? In this Bible study, Dr. Brant Pitre will answer this by exploring the foundations of the Gospel - sin and salvation - in the theological masterpiece of the New Testament: the letter to the Romans. By studying St. Paul's letter to the Romans from beginning to end, this Bible study will cover many key issues, such as:
In addition to these topics, Dr. Pitre will constantly make connections between the amazing theology of St. Paul and everyday realities of life.