The Apostle Paul has ruled out certain ideas that are not to be confused with faith, as he uses the term, and now he turns our attention to the character of true faith, again using the patriarch Abraham as his prime example. From his discussion, it becomes apparent that faith is a strong conviction, mixed with deep affection for and trust in God. Such faith is a human experience, but can only be properly accounted for by tying it to the grace of God, its proper cause and its genuine focus.
This video series features 30 lectures of 30 minutes each, covering the entire book of Romans. The studies emphasize the historical setting of this book, including the controversies that inspired its publication. It also emphasizes practical application of the truths of Romans in a way that is sure to encourage.