by Mark Hoeksema
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The epistle to the Romans, written by Paul from Corinth,
has four main purposes. First, Paul sets
forth in a clear and logical manner the major Christian
doctrines, with emphasis on the doctrine of justification by
faith alone. Second, he intends to strengthen the church in
its hope. Third, he instructs the mixed Jewish and Gentile
church at Rome concerning the rejection of the Jews as a
nation and the inclusion of the Gentiles in the church.
Fourth, he admonishes the church concerning living various
aspects of the Christian life.
Answering the questions asked in this guide will lead
God’s people to an understanding of both the doctrinal and
practical aspects of Paul's great letter to the Romans.