The book of Romans is a gripping summary of the Christian faith and the Christian life. Stretching from the depths of human depravity to the heights of divine mercy, this theologically rich letter reveals how the righteousness of Christ transforms slaves of sin into adopted children of God.
In his new teaching series, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey takes us verse by verse through the book of Romans and emboldens Christians to declare with the Apostle, “I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes.”
Not Ashamed is a teaching series that helps us read Romans as more than a mere textbook of Christian doctrine. Knowing the pastoral concerns behind Paul’s letter can help Christians see more clearly how God’s grace shapes our whole lives. This series can be a valuable addition to your Sunday school or homeschool curriculum, small group discussion, or personal study of God’s Word.
23 Messages Brimming with Gospel Truth
- Paul’s Concerns
- The Shape & Opening of the Letter
- The Power of God for Salvation
- The Seriousness of Sin
- The Universality of Sin
- The Righteousness through Faith
- The Law of Works & the Law of Faith
- Abraham: The Father of the Faithful
- Reconciliation & the Two Adams
- New Identity in Christ
- The Ongoing Struggle
- Assured of Salvation, Alive in the Spirit
- Adopted as Sons
- God’s Certain Plan & Good Purpose
- God’s Loving Protection
- Israel & God’s Purpose
- The Central Promise of Salvation
- The Unfailing Word to Israel
- Living Sacrifices
- The Life of Love
- The Lordship of Christ
- The Theme of Hope
- Paul’s Conclusion
Watch the first message for free to start your study.
Many Formats Available
When you order this teaching series as a digital download or on DVD, we’ll add all twenty-three messages to your Learning Library so you can stream them anytime on our website or in the free Ligonier app. A companion study guide is also available in paperback and digital formats to expand your learning with lesson objectives, Scripture readings relevant to each message, lesson outlines, and questions for personal reflection or group discussion. Additionally, you can further your study online by taking the Ligonier Connect course.