Exposition of Romans (Evening Course)

#NT535 Exposition of Romans (3 Credits)*
Tuesdays, 7.00 pm – 9.15 pm

The 500th anniversary of the Reformation was celebrated in 2017. Martin Luther posted a manuscript in 1517, commonly named as the Ninety-Five Theses, which restated the doctrine that salvation rested on faith alone (sola fide) in the finished work of Jesus Christ alone. Luther came to that conviction by studying Romans. Would you like to study the book that transformed him and gave birth to the Protestant faith?

Romans is about gaining a right standing with God through the completed work of Jesus Christ, His Son. Both Jew and non-Jew are saved through faith in Christ. This is the clearest explanation of the doctrines of justification and sanctification in the Bible. God’s plan encompasses everyone, including the Jews, whom He has not rejected. In the last five chapters of the book, Paul taught what a sanctified life should look like.

*This course may be taken under the #FREE8ONLINE promotion.



Keith Shubert, PhD, is a staff member of Cru for 45 years, has ministered in more than 30 countries, and served as resident or adjunct faculty for four seminaries in Asia and the USA. He lived in Israel for three years while completing a Master’s degree in Historical Geography of Ancient Israel.



This class is for the semester of 20 July to 20 November 2020. It may be conducted fully online or a combination of online and in-person depending on situation. Registration deadline is Monday, 13 July 2020. You may register online or contact us for registration form.