Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces his exposition of the Epistle to the Romans as the way in which the Apostle Paul unfolds God's method for man's salvation.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains how Paul's letter to the Roman church is not directed towards the vices, corruption and slavery of that city, but is directed to the gospel and mankind's most fundamental need of salvation.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on Paul's teachings concerning the wrath of God upon the consciences of humans.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the uncomfortable passage in which Paul describes God's retribution upon unnatural sexual relationships.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson exposits the exact nature of God's inescapable judgment of all human beings.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Paul's focus in his letter to the Romans upon that which conveys God's truth and jugment, the Hebrew law. A discussion is made of the apostle's contrast between those who aren't and those who are committed to that system of knowing God's righteousness, the circumcised.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on what Paul means by the eventual acceptance of Christ Jesus by the Jewish nation.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues to expound the Apostle Paul's explanation of what it means to be a Jew and a Gentile in relation to the promises of God.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on how the sense of universal guilt is one of the profoundest facts in human history and experience.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the concept of justification by grace being built by Paul in his letter to the Roman Christians.