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Romans – Know the Book

by Bryant Evans on January 22, 2012

Romans is the most profound book in the Bible. Written by Paul it plumbs the depths of theology and offers  magnificent pearls for every reader. It is a book that raises praises to the Almighty God and centers the readers thoughts upon Jesus his inestimable Son. Tragically, many errant doctrines are taught based upon misunderstandings […]

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Romans 6, Part Four (Romans 6:12-13)

by Bryant Evans on June 28, 2010

The crucial challenge for Christians is to live righteously. As a chosen race and a holy nation( 1 Peter 2:9) we should live, act and think differently from the world. It is not always easy but it is possible. In Romans 6:12-13 we see the call to godly living. “Let not sin therefore reign in […]

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Romans 6, Part 3 (Romans 6:1-11)

by Bryant Evans on June 16, 2010

This section of Romans 6 contains 3 very powerful analogies to help us understand our walk with Christ. Remember from chapter 5 that Paul is arguing that although grace exceeds sin (Romans 5:20) we must avoid sin if we intend to claim that we belong to Christ (Romans 6:1-2). Now Paul offers three key comparisons […]

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Romans 6, Part 2 (Romans 6:3)

by Bryant Evans on June 9, 2010

As we continue our look at this great chapter of the Bible we want to examine verse 3 in some detail. Do you not know that all of us who have been baptized into Christ were baptized into his death? (Romans 6:3, ESV) Paul is building on the thought begun in Romans 5 where he […]

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Romans 6

by Bryant Evans on June 8, 2010

For some reason I have been thinking about Romans 6 quite a bit lately. I did a lengthy discussion of it at the University in Lethem and then used it as the basis for a Bible Study class in Georgetown on Wednesday night. There is  a lot of meat on these verses! Romans is arguably […]

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