Pauls letter to the Romans is incredibly rich, fundamental in significance, practical,challenging, encouraging and comforting. Romans has its difficult passages, of course, but the book isn't as difficult as we've thought it to be. We discuss some of those difficult passages and topics in this book:
How does preaching justification by faith establish law? (3:31)
Do people deduce moral laws by unaided reason? (1:8ff)
Is the Christian freed from law? (6:14; 7:1-6)
Who is the wretched dead man of chapter 7?
Is there a mass conversion of Jews yet to come? (chapter 11)
Why not begin a study of Romans for yourself? This commentary can help you.