Romans

If a person is looking for reasons to feel proud of themselves for choosing Christ, the book of Romans will lay them flat on their face. Every chapter repeats praise to God for deciding to choose us to be part of his family. It’s here that we encounter the infamous freewill debate. It usually centers around human freewill but what about God’s freewill? He is under no obligation to reward faith with salvation yet he does. What motivates God to choose to do things this way? To give grace to the undeserving? Why does he accept returned damaged goods for in-store credit? What kind of love is that?

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