This section on Romans includes brief outlines that give a quick overview of Paul’s argument that God’s righteousness is available to all, not because we deserve it, but because of the love, grace, and mercy of God.  The complete paragraph outline gives the details related to God’s grace and mercy, and how they are given on the basis of faith, not personal worthiness.  In addition it gives insight into the various components of the righteousness that comes from God: justification, reconciliation, empowerment of the Spirit, self-sacrifice, good citizenship, and brotherly love and acceptance.  The chapter outlines enable us to study Romans chapter-by-chapter.  The Highlights provide some simple observations about the meaning and significance of major concepts in Romans.

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