In the last half of Romans 5, Paul takes up the thorny question of 'original sin,' that is, the effect of the disobedience of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. This complex section of his letter outlines the tragic consequences of the Fall, but also contrasts those consequences with the redemptive work of Christ, the one who came as another 'Adam,' the last Adam, and the sole hope for recovery from the ravages of sin.
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.