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Romans: A Gospel-Centered Worldview Tom Howe

Romans: A Gospel-Centered Worldview

Tom Howe

Published July 29th 2015
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Kindle Edition
130 pages
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 About the Book 

There is an abundance of worldviews vying for people’s attention and allegiance. There always has been. These include Agnosticism, Atheism, Humanism, Naturalism, Pantheism, Postmodernism, Spiritism, and Theism. Each of these views serves as theMoreThere is an abundance of worldviews vying for people’s attention and allegiance. There always has been. These include Agnosticism, Atheism, Humanism, Naturalism, Pantheism, Postmodernism, Spiritism, and Theism. Each of these views serves as the foundation of belief systems that seek to guide behaviors. One of the challenges for proponents of these various worldviews is teaching potential adherents what they should believe, why they should believe it, and how these beliefs should govern their actions.In the Book of Romans, Paul presents a gospel-centered worldview. Paul shares the gospel (the good news of Jesus’ life, death, burial, and resurrection – resulting in the opportunity for man’s salvation) as he explains man’s need, God’s provision, and man’s response (both in conversion and beyond.) In this theological masterpiece, Paul makes a case for the claims of the gospel through a reasoned presentation of the purpose and the power of the message of Jesus Christ.As we navigate an environment that is teeming with competing worldviews, it is more valuable than ever to know what we believe and why. The Book of Romans provides a wealth of material that informs us not only of the basic facts of the gospel, it also reveals the theological foundations for those facts. Its content can equip us to make a reasoned defense of our beliefs while also challenging us to live out those beliefs in our daily lives.