This is an audio version of the Seventh-day Adventist weekly Bible study guides.
A journey back in time to first-century Rome.
Did the early Jewish believers have to become Christians in order to accept Jesus? What about the Gentiles—did they need to become Jews? These are the types of questions Paul sought to address in his letter to the Romans.
Early on in the book of Romans, Paul seeks to establish a crucial truth, one central to the gospel—the sad state of the human condition.
We are justified before God, not because of our works but because of Jesus, whose righteousness becomes ours when we accept it "by faith".