Romans 12-16

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Lesson

Paul's discussion of the ethics of the Christian life, a Christian's relationship to the government, and a final discussion of "weak" and "strong" Christians

Outline

A. Review of the Structure of Romans

B. Righteousness Lived Out (Rom. 12-15)

1. The Relationship Between Theology and Ethics

2. Responsibility to God: Be Transformed (Rom. 12:1-2)

3. Responsibility to the Church (Rom. 12:3-21)

4. Responsibility to the Government (Rom. 13:1-7)

5. Responsibility to Society (Rom. 13:8-14)

6. Responsibility of the Weak and the Strong (Rom. 14:1-15:13)

7. Epistolary Conclusion (Rom. 15:14-16:27)

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