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  • Free from Indwelling Sin

    Romans 8:1-11

    Paul starts this section by stating there is no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus. He then indicates the failure of the law to save, but that sin is condemned. In verse 5 we see that the unregenerate person has their minds set on things of the flesh … Listen

  • God’s Wrath on Unrighteousness

    Romans 1:22-32

    Dr. Sproul moves back to verse 22 and covers the section in more detail. Paul provides a grim look at what we are like and such a stark change from the opening verses. Paul provides one of the major sin lists found in the New Testament. What does it take … Listen

  • God’s Wrath

    Romans 1:18-25

    There is a change in Paul’s direction in this section to the wrath of God and its application against ungodly and unrighteous men who suppress the truth in righteousness. God’s work of creation has been made manifest to everyone leaving all without excuse. Listen

  • The Just Shall Live by Faith

    Romans 1:8-17

    Paul acknowledges the faith of the Roman church and the impact throughout the world and his desire to see them. Paul continues the theme of faith and connecting it to the gospel of Christ. Here we find how the righteous man will live. Listen

  • Epilogue

    2 Tim 4

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  • Introduction

    Romans 1:1-7

    Dr. Sproul discusses the use of “bondservant” by Paul and the meaning of the phrase “gospel of God” and its relationship to the scriptures. Paul’s use of the trinity is discussed by Dr. Sproul. The introduction starts the discussion of being called and what that calling is. Listen

  • The Prologue of John’s Gospel

    John 1:1-18

    Dr. Sproul introduces us to the Gospel of John and immediately launches into a discussion of the meaning behind the Logos. He then goes into a discussion of the titles given to Jesus. Dr. Sproul parallels the introduction of the book of John as being an echo of what was … Listen

  • Paul at Rome

    Acts 28:17–31

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  • Abraham Justified by Faith

    Romans 4:1-8

    Dr. Sproul discusses both Paul’s concept of being justified by faith alone and James’ view of being justified by both faith and works since both use Abraham to support their position. This issue has divided Roman Catholics and Protestants for centuries. In the discussion, Dr. Sproul also addresses a related … Listen

  • The Woman at the Well (Part 1)

    John 4:1-15

    Dr. Sproul investigates Jesus meeting with a Samaritan woman at noontime coming to get water in the heat of the day. Normally this would be done in the morning or evening so this act sets her apart. Dr. Sproul discusses the water that Jesus will give and closes with her … Listen

  • Christ in Our Place

    Romans 5:6-11

    In this section we have God’s love demonstrated toward the believer while we were still unregenerate. The concept of reconciliation toward God and what that entails is considered. Listen

  • God’s Judgment Defended

    Romans 3:1-9

    Dr. Sproul explains The Jews advantage and Paul’s use of “Chiefly” as being first in order of importance because the oracles of God had been committed to them. Paul continues by emphasizing God’s veracity. Paul discusses the question of our unrighteousness demonstrating God’s righteousness—does it make God unjust? Listen

  • Behave Like a Christian (Part 2)

    Romans 12:16-21

    Dr. Sproul follows up on the concept of evil by explaining the difference between sin and evil. We are warned against a life driven by “fleshly” ambition, but in contrast to have a life imitating Christ. The difference between natural and moral evil is investigated. This lesson is concluded with … Listen

  • Living Sacrifices to God

    Romans 12:1-2

    Paul starts this chapter out with a concluding “therefore” summing up all that has come before by telling the readers by God’s mercies they should present their persons as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God which is their logical service. Dr. Sproul explains what is expected and then … Listen

  • Dead to Sin, Alive to God (Part 1)

    Romans 5:20-6:4

    Why would God want sin to abound? Dr. Sproul discusses the distinction between justification and sanctification. Law reveals the reality of sin and lets us know the extent. An investigation of four systems of justification using faith and works predominantly held by various groups claiming Christianity is presented. An introduction to … Listen