Romans Book Overview
The Book of Romans is the first Epistle (letter) in the Bible written by the Apostle Paul to the Christian Church in Rome. Romans explains the gospel of God’s righteousness that is revealed in Jesus Christ and received by faith. This book stands as the clearest and most systematic presentation of Christian doctrine in all the Scriptures.
Attributed Author: Paul
Approximate Year Written: 56-58 A.D.
Chapters for Romans
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