In the first half of Romans 2, Paul makes the case that people not only know there is God, but know that this God will judge the human race at some point. Paul's proof for this idea relies on the fact that human beings are incurable moralists, subjecting one another to relentless moral examination and judgment. This betrays their knowledge that judgment is coming, and shows at the same time that they know the standard by which the judgment will be imposed.
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.