Essay about The Book Of Romans By The Apostle Paul

820 Words Mar 12th, 2016 4 Pages
Introduction/Thesis The book of Romans, written by the apostle Paul, touches on many different ideas that are relevant to a Biblical worldview. This was written for the many Christians who were living under the reign of Nero, in Rome. Paul describes the natural world, human identity, human relationships, and culture in Romans 1-8, and after reading Romans 1-8 and gaining a basic understanding of these points I will briefly describe them and summarize what how these particular topics affect my own worldview.
The Natural World
“For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:” (Romans 1:20, KJV). This scripture touched on the fact that God created the world. He created all that we see and all that we don’t see in the natural world. Although God created this for all of us we, even as Christians, don’t respect the natural world like we should. God gave us reign over the natural world yet many abuse this beautiful place that he created for us. My worldview was not really affected by this particular scripture about God’s creation but it reiterated to me the importance of remembering that God created this world for us and that he has eternal power so there is no excuse as to why I can’t, or anyone else can’t abide by what is written in the Bible.
Human Identity & Relationships
All men and women descended from Adam and we are all,…

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