If you were to sit down and try to decipher the theme of the book of Romans in just a few words, it would not take you long to see “The Righteousness of God” as the main idea the Apostle Paul was trying to convey. Over and over again, we see the words “righteous,” “righteousness,” “righteousness of God,” and much more all throughout the book. If we look at the 3rd chapter of Romans in particular, we can see this “righteousness of God” manifested in two different ways: (1) in human sinfulness, and (2) in salvation.
Published by Brendan Wilkinson
I'm a student at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary studying for a Master of Divinity in Christian Ministry. I aspire to go into pastoral ministry, and I have a passion for calling people of all ages away from the easy, shallow, and hollow version of Christianity that has sadly become mainstream in America today and instead, calling them to holiness, and to experience and enjoy Christ through his Word above all other things. View all posts by Brendan Wilkinson