Bible Study Series on Romans

A letter to the centre of Empire - Exploring Paul’s Letter to the Romans

Tuesday evenings from 7.00 – 8.00 on Zoom, beginning on Tuesday May 3rd until 5th June.

 

Zoom Link

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82593868491?pwd=WkFUMTU1VEVsaDZNMFN5QzQxVU9zUT09

Meeting ID: 825 9386 8491      Passcode: 815841

The Letter to the Romans is Paul’s most substantial work, written later in his career. It has been profoundly influential throughout the history of the Church. It is worth spending time unpacking the many ideas contained within it to allow the text to speak to our own times.

There will be a session each Tuesday evening from 7.00 – 8.00 on Zoom beginning on Tuesday May 3rd until 28th June. (Tuesday 7th June and Thursday 16th – note the different day -  will be held jointly with the Torah Study Group of New Stoke Newington Shul)

In these sessions we will look at the core themes:

- Who was Paul?

- Why did he write to the Romans?

- Paul and the ‘pagan’ world

- Synagogue and Church

- Salvation

- The resurrected Messiah

- Justification

- Paul and the civil authorities