INTRODUCTION (1:1-17)

1. JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH (1:18-11:36)

SIN – THE “NEED” FOR SALVATION

  1. The Need Of The Gentiles (1:18-2:16)
  2. The Need Of The Jews (2:17-3:8)
  3. The Universal Need For Salvation (3:9-20)

JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH – THE “PROVISION” MADE FOR SALVATION

  1. God’s Righteousness Through Faith (3:21-31)
  2. Abraham As An Example (4:1-25)

FREEDOM – THE “RESULT” OF SALVATION

  1. Freedom From Wrath (5:1-21)
  2. Freedom From Sin (6:1-23)
  3. Freedom From The Law (7:1-25)
  4. Freedom From Death (8:1-39)

JEW AND GENTILE – THE “SCOPE” OF SALVATION

  1. God Chooses To Save Believers (9:1-33)
  2. Israel Chose To Trust In Their Own Righteousness (10:1-21)
  3. Both Jew And Gentile Can Have Salvation Through Faith (11:1-36)

2. THE TRANSFORMED LIFE (12:1-15:13)

  • IN RELATION TO OVERALL CONDUCT (12:1-21)
  • IN RELATION TO CIVIL AUTHORITY (13:1-7)
  • IN RELATION TO FELLOW MAN (13:8-14)
  • IN RELATION TO WEAK BRETHREN (14:1-15:13)