Romans and the Mission of God

Romans has some of the most profound theology in the NT. Written by Paul on his third great Antiochian mission as he prepares to deliver a financial collection gathered from gentile churches for the Jerusalem believers, It anticipates subsequent mission to Rome and then to the yet-unreached region of Spain. Its rich theology is foundational for our understanding the gospel of salvation and affirms the law-free gospel Paul so passionately proclaimed. Romans and the Mission of God will read and consider Romans from the perspective of mission. We will explore missional aspects of the letter to the Romans and draw out implications for mission today, in what will be a transformational experience for us all.

R154.830 Romans and the Mission of God
Dr Mark Keown
Semester One: 3 – 7 May 2021
and Zoom calls 3 March, 14 April @ 7.30-9.30pm