The Role Of God In The Book Of Romans

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Romans is called the book what to believe and how to behave. The Book of Romans talks about who God is, who He truly is and what He has done. Romans 1-8 claims some responsibility natural world, human identity, human relationships, and culture. This contradicts with many historical worldviews.

Natural World

“God made sure in His wisdom that everything that could be known about Him was revealed in man because God Himself has shown it to man” (Romans 1:19). In Romans 1:19 it simply states that God says Man is without excuses on when the judgment day comes.

God created man with deliberate, knowing we could create distinguish in God’s presence. God created the Earth for man to enjoy mankind to be in straight and intimate fellowship with Him and others. This caused the natural world and spiritually to die and became upon state of sin because mankind sinned through the disobedience of Adam, we were separated from God.

Forever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky. Through everything God made, they can clearly see his invisible, qualities his eternal power and divine nature. So they have no excuse for not knowing God” (Roman 1:20). Nature shows us a God of might, a God of order, intelligence, beauty and power controls. God’s revealing of the divine nature and personal qualities through creation.
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We live in a society today that wants to disobey God’s principles, but they don’t want to suffer the consequences for their actions. They fight for their freedoms or rights to have or live out their immoral choices that contradict the Bible, but often refuses to admit those choices destroys their lives and other people’s lives. “When Adam sinned, sin entered the world. Adam’s sin brought death, so death spread to everyone, for everyone sinned. Yes, people sinned even before the law was given. But it was not counted as sin because there was not yet any law to break” (Romans

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