Paul and His Letter to the Romans: Part Two (Romans 6-11)

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This course is Part Two of a three-part course covering the whole of Paul and His Letter to the Romans. This course, Romans: Part Two, is designed to take around fifteen weeks to complete and continues the study of the Epistle with an in depth exegesis of Romans 6:1-11:36. This section of the letter builds on and develops previous elements outlined in Part One, and emphasizes that Romans as a whole is a letter about God.

In this section you will explore questions such as:

  • If God loves us so much and freely extends his grace, then why not live like we want? Why not continue in sin that his grace may abound?

  • Is Romans 7 really giving a picture of the struggle of the Christian life?

  • What argument is Paul making and how does he support the idea that there is 'no condemnation' for those in the Messiah Jesus?

  • How does the dense and often difficult section of Romans 9-11 emerge from what Paul has been talking about in Romans 1-8? What can we say about the promises God made to his people long ago who do not seem to have noticed?

The textbook is Prof. Wright's commentary on Romans in the Paul for Everyone series published by John Knox Press in the U.S. and SPCK in the UK.

The structure of the course includes:

  • Lectures by Prof. Wright

  • Quizzes to assess comprehension

  • Student discussions

  • Interaction with Prof. David Seemuth, your co-instructor for the course

  • Textbook readings

  • Interaction with the biblical text itself

If you are interested in exploring these and other questions from this powerful and important letter, then we encourage you to enroll in this course.

Who this course is for:

  • Any student of the Bible should be interested in this most powerful letter of the New Testament. Paul and His Letter to the Romans provides the basis for so much theology upon which Christians stand that this letter must be studied in depth.
  • While this course will contain some rather elaborate explanations, the beginning student interested in the New Testament will still be able to understand much of what Prof. Wright explains.
  • Understand the historical background that is so important to discerning the meaning of this pivotal epistle. Discern how the Apostle Paul brings forth an argument with majesty and complexity. Explain the movement of the main themes in Paul's Letter to the Romans. Dig deeply into the intricacies of specific sections within the letter. Explicate how the strands of key thoughts keep interweaving through the text much as a major symphonic orchestral work returns to movements that reinforce the underlying elements of the work. Discuss how key theological ideas and thoughts are worked through by the Apostle Paul. Requirements Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part One (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664227996. Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part Two (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664229123. Description This course is Part Two of a three-part course covering the whole of Paul and His Letter to the Romans . This course, Romans: Part Two , is designed to take around fifteen weeks to complete and continues the study of the Epistle with an in depth exegesis of Romans 6:1-11:36. This section of the letter builds on and develops previous elements outlined in Part One, and emphasizes that Romans as a whole is a letter about God. In this section you will explore questions such as: If God loves us so much and freely extends his grace, then why not live like we want? Why not continue in sin that his grace may abound? Is Romans 7 really giving a picture of the struggle of the Christian life? What argument is Paul making and how does he support the idea that there is 'no condemnation' for those in the Messiah Jesus? How does the dense and often difficult section of Romans 9-11 emerge from what Paul has been talking about in Romans 1-8? What can we say about the promises God made to his people long ago who do not seem to have noticed? The textbook is Prof. Wright's commentary on Romans in the Paul for Everyone series published by John Knox Press in the U.S. and SPCK in the UK. The structure of the course includes: Lectures by Prof. Wright Quizzes to assess comprehension Student discussions Interaction with Prof. David Seemuth, your co-instructor for the course Textbook readings Interaction with the biblical text itself If you are interested in exploring these and other questions from this powerful and important letter, then we encourage you to enroll in this course. Who this course is for: Any student of the Bible should be interested in this most powerful letter of the New Testament. Paul and His Letter to the Romans provides the basis for so much theology upon which Christians stand that this letter must be studied in depth. While this course will contain some rather elaborate explanations, the beginning student interested in the New Testament will still be able to understand much of what Prof. Wright explains. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 61 lectures • 7h 52m total length Expand all sections Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight 7 lectures • 39min Rom 6:1-11 KNT Text 01:16 Introduction to the Course with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 03:13 Rom 6:1-11 KNT Preview 01:44 Session One: Rom 6:1-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 14:52 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 6:1-11 13 questions Rom 6:12-23 KNT Text 01:35 Rom 6:12-23 KNT 02:16 Session Two: Rom 6:12-23 with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 13:55 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 6:12-23 9 questions Processing the Material from Prof. Wright through Q&A 2 lectures • 2min Additional Learning Tools with Prof. David P. Seemuth 01:36 Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #1 00:38 Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight (cont.) 21 lectures • 3hr 1min Rom 7:1-25 KNT 04:14 Session Three: Rom 7:1-8:11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:55 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:1-8:11 11 questions Rom 7:1-6 KNT Text 01:09 Session Four: Rom 7:1-6 with Prof. N.T. Wright 09:45 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:1-6 9 questions Rom 7:7-25 KNT Text 02:09 Session Five: Rom 7:7-25 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:32 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:7-25 14 questions Rom 8:1-11 KNT Text 01:30 Rom 8:1-11 KNT 02:08 Session Six: Rom 8:1-4 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:53 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:1-4 10 questions Session Seven: Rom 8:5-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 20:32 Comprehension Assessment of Rom 8:5-11 9 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #2 00:38 Rom 8:12-25 KNT Text 01:41 Rom 8:12-25 KNT 02:24 Session Eight: Rom 8:12-17 with Prof. N.T. Wright 13:21 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:12-17 8 questions Session Nine: Rom 8:18-25 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:48 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:18-25 10 questions Rom 8:26-39 KNT Text 01:42 Rom 8:26-39 KNT 02:25 Session Ten: Rom 8:26-30 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:22 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:26-30 12 questions Session Eleven: Rom 8:31-39 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:23 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:31-36 12 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #3 00:38 Romans Part Two Q&A with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:28 Romans: Part Two: Chapters Nine through Eleven 26 lectures • 3hr 19min Introduction to Romans Chapters 9-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:38 Rom 9:1-18 KNT Text 01:54 Rom 9:1-18 KNT 02:33 Session Thirteen: Rom 9:1-5 with Prof. N.T. Wright 12:11 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:1-5 10 questions Session Fourteen: Rom 9:6-18 with Prof. N.T. Wright 12:43 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:6-18 8 questions Rom 9:19-29 KNT Text 01:19 Rom 9:19-29 KNT 01:45 Session Fifteen: Rom 9:19-29 with Prof. N.T. Wright 11:42 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:19-29 6 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #4 00:38 Rom 9:30-10:13 KNT Text 01:59 Rom 9:30-10:13 KNT 02:43 Session Sixteen: Rom 9:30-10:4 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:42 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:30-10:4 13 questions Session Seventeen: Rom 10:5-13 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:38 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 10:5-13 12 questions Rom 10:14-21 KNT Text 01:07 Rom 10:14-21 KNT 01:30 Session Eighteen: Rom 10:14-21 with Prof. N.T. Wright 10:14 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 10:14-21 10 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #5 00:38 Rom 11:1-24 KNT Text 02:44 Rom 11:1-24 KNT 04:00 Session Nineteen: Rom 11:1-10 with Prof. N.T. Wright 17:36 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:1-10 9 questions Session Twenty: Rom 11:11-24 with Prof. N.T. Wright 24:32 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:11-24 12 questions Rom 11:25-36 KNT Text 01:17 Rom 11:25-36 KNT 01:49 Session Twenty One: Rom 11:25-36 with Prof. N.T. Wright 17:34 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:25-36 9 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #6 00:38 Romans Part Two Q&A with Prof. N.T. Wright 15:38 Romans: Part Two: Important Themes of the Letter 5 lectures • 52min Important Themes of the Letter: Overall Framework of the Letter 20:03 Comprehension Assessment of the Overall Framework of the Letter 11 questions Important Themes of the Letter: The Royal and Priestly Message 14:10 Comprehension Assessment of the Royal and Priestly Message of the Letter 8 questions Important Themes of the Letter: Righteousness of God 16:28 Comprehension Assessment of the Righteousness of God 8 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #7 00:38 Bonus Lecture 00:24 Instructors N.T. Wright Professor 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,577 Reviews 112,966 Students 36 Courses N.T Wright received his BA, MA and PHD from Oxford University. He taught New Testament at Cambridge, McGill and Oxford Universities 1978-1993. He was Dean of Lichfield, then Canon of Westminster, then Bishop of Durham (Church of England), 1994-2010. Since 2010 Prof. Wright has been Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He has published over 75 books and hundreds of articles. Prof. Wright recently received the Burkitt Medal from the British Academy for services to New Testament scholarship. He enjoys writing, lecturing, mentoring students and an occasional round of golf. He delights in spending time with his family in the midst of a busy schedule of writing and traveling. Show more Show less David P. Seemuth Professor 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,577 Reviews 112,966 Students 36 Courses David Seemuth has a Ph.D. from Marquette University in the field of Religious Studies with an emphasis on New Testament Theology. He has taught at the graduate level for over 30 years at numerous universities and seminaries. He also has 21 years of on-line teaching experience. His passion is to see that people not only understand the Scripture, but also apply them to daily life. Show more Show less Jennifer Loop Teaching Assistant 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,372 Reviews 111,877 Students 34 Courses Jennifer Loop is currently a doctoral candidate at Durham University. She is the Lead Content Developer for the Wisconsin Center for Christian Studies, and plays a critical role in the online education, both organizational and theological, by guiding the online student experience. Jennifer enjoys engaging with a ‘virtual community’ of diverse students and learners to explore how theology, faith and practice intersect. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  • Discern how the Apostle Paul brings forth an argument with majesty and complexity. Explain the movement of the main themes in Paul's Letter to the Romans. Dig deeply into the intricacies of specific sections within the letter. Explicate how the strands of key thoughts keep interweaving through the text much as a major symphonic orchestral work returns to movements that reinforce the underlying elements of the work. Discuss how key theological ideas and thoughts are worked through by the Apostle Paul. Requirements Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part One (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664227996. Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part Two (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664229123. Description This course is Part Two of a three-part course covering the whole of Paul and His Letter to the Romans . This course, Romans: Part Two , is designed to take around fifteen weeks to complete and continues the study of the Epistle with an in depth exegesis of Romans 6:1-11:36. This section of the letter builds on and develops previous elements outlined in Part One, and emphasizes that Romans as a whole is a letter about God. In this section you will explore questions such as: If God loves us so much and freely extends his grace, then why not live like we want? Why not continue in sin that his grace may abound? Is Romans 7 really giving a picture of the struggle of the Christian life? What argument is Paul making and how does he support the idea that there is 'no condemnation' for those in the Messiah Jesus? How does the dense and often difficult section of Romans 9-11 emerge from what Paul has been talking about in Romans 1-8? What can we say about the promises God made to his people long ago who do not seem to have noticed? The textbook is Prof. Wright's commentary on Romans in the Paul for Everyone series published by John Knox Press in the U.S. and SPCK in the UK. The structure of the course includes: Lectures by Prof. Wright Quizzes to assess comprehension Student discussions Interaction with Prof. David Seemuth, your co-instructor for the course Textbook readings Interaction with the biblical text itself If you are interested in exploring these and other questions from this powerful and important letter, then we encourage you to enroll in this course. Who this course is for: Any student of the Bible should be interested in this most powerful letter of the New Testament. Paul and His Letter to the Romans provides the basis for so much theology upon which Christians stand that this letter must be studied in depth. While this course will contain some rather elaborate explanations, the beginning student interested in the New Testament will still be able to understand much of what Prof. Wright explains. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 61 lectures • 7h 52m total length Expand all sections Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight 7 lectures • 39min Rom 6:1-11 KNT Text 01:16 Introduction to the Course with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 03:13 Rom 6:1-11 KNT Preview 01:44 Session One: Rom 6:1-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 14:52 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 6:1-11 13 questions Rom 6:12-23 KNT Text 01:35 Rom 6:12-23 KNT 02:16 Session Two: Rom 6:12-23 with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 13:55 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 6:12-23 9 questions Processing the Material from Prof. Wright through Q&A 2 lectures • 2min Additional Learning Tools with Prof. David P. Seemuth 01:36 Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #1 00:38 Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight (cont.) 21 lectures • 3hr 1min Rom 7:1-25 KNT 04:14 Session Three: Rom 7:1-8:11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:55 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:1-8:11 11 questions Rom 7:1-6 KNT Text 01:09 Session Four: Rom 7:1-6 with Prof. N.T. Wright 09:45 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:1-6 9 questions Rom 7:7-25 KNT Text 02:09 Session Five: Rom 7:7-25 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:32 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:7-25 14 questions Rom 8:1-11 KNT Text 01:30 Rom 8:1-11 KNT 02:08 Session Six: Rom 8:1-4 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:53 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:1-4 10 questions Session Seven: Rom 8:5-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 20:32 Comprehension Assessment of Rom 8:5-11 9 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #2 00:38 Rom 8:12-25 KNT Text 01:41 Rom 8:12-25 KNT 02:24 Session Eight: Rom 8:12-17 with Prof. N.T. Wright 13:21 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:12-17 8 questions Session Nine: Rom 8:18-25 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:48 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:18-25 10 questions Rom 8:26-39 KNT Text 01:42 Rom 8:26-39 KNT 02:25 Session Ten: Rom 8:26-30 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:22 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:26-30 12 questions Session Eleven: Rom 8:31-39 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:23 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:31-36 12 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #3 00:38 Romans Part Two Q&A with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:28 Romans: Part Two: Chapters Nine through Eleven 26 lectures • 3hr 19min Introduction to Romans Chapters 9-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:38 Rom 9:1-18 KNT Text 01:54 Rom 9:1-18 KNT 02:33 Session Thirteen: Rom 9:1-5 with Prof. N.T. Wright 12:11 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:1-5 10 questions Session Fourteen: Rom 9:6-18 with Prof. N.T. Wright 12:43 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:6-18 8 questions Rom 9:19-29 KNT Text 01:19 Rom 9:19-29 KNT 01:45 Session Fifteen: Rom 9:19-29 with Prof. N.T. Wright 11:42 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:19-29 6 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #4 00:38 Rom 9:30-10:13 KNT Text 01:59 Rom 9:30-10:13 KNT 02:43 Session Sixteen: Rom 9:30-10:4 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:42 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:30-10:4 13 questions Session Seventeen: Rom 10:5-13 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:38 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 10:5-13 12 questions Rom 10:14-21 KNT Text 01:07 Rom 10:14-21 KNT 01:30 Session Eighteen: Rom 10:14-21 with Prof. N.T. Wright 10:14 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 10:14-21 10 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #5 00:38 Rom 11:1-24 KNT Text 02:44 Rom 11:1-24 KNT 04:00 Session Nineteen: Rom 11:1-10 with Prof. N.T. Wright 17:36 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:1-10 9 questions Session Twenty: Rom 11:11-24 with Prof. N.T. Wright 24:32 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:11-24 12 questions Rom 11:25-36 KNT Text 01:17 Rom 11:25-36 KNT 01:49 Session Twenty One: Rom 11:25-36 with Prof. N.T. Wright 17:34 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:25-36 9 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #6 00:38 Romans Part Two Q&A with Prof. N.T. Wright 15:38 Romans: Part Two: Important Themes of the Letter 5 lectures • 52min Important Themes of the Letter: Overall Framework of the Letter 20:03 Comprehension Assessment of the Overall Framework of the Letter 11 questions Important Themes of the Letter: The Royal and Priestly Message 14:10 Comprehension Assessment of the Royal and Priestly Message of the Letter 8 questions Important Themes of the Letter: Righteousness of God 16:28 Comprehension Assessment of the Righteousness of God 8 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #7 00:38 Bonus Lecture 00:24 Instructors N.T. Wright Professor 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,577 Reviews 112,966 Students 36 Courses N.T Wright received his BA, MA and PHD from Oxford University. He taught New Testament at Cambridge, McGill and Oxford Universities 1978-1993. He was Dean of Lichfield, then Canon of Westminster, then Bishop of Durham (Church of England), 1994-2010. Since 2010 Prof. Wright has been Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He has published over 75 books and hundreds of articles. Prof. Wright recently received the Burkitt Medal from the British Academy for services to New Testament scholarship. He enjoys writing, lecturing, mentoring students and an occasional round of golf. He delights in spending time with his family in the midst of a busy schedule of writing and traveling. Show more Show less David P. Seemuth Professor 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,577 Reviews 112,966 Students 36 Courses David Seemuth has a Ph.D. from Marquette University in the field of Religious Studies with an emphasis on New Testament Theology. He has taught at the graduate level for over 30 years at numerous universities and seminaries. He also has 21 years of on-line teaching experience. His passion is to see that people not only understand the Scripture, but also apply them to daily life. 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  • Explain the movement of the main themes in Paul's Letter to the Romans. Dig deeply into the intricacies of specific sections within the letter. Explicate how the strands of key thoughts keep interweaving through the text much as a major symphonic orchestral work returns to movements that reinforce the underlying elements of the work. Discuss how key theological ideas and thoughts are worked through by the Apostle Paul. Requirements Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part One (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664227996. Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part Two (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664229123. Description This course is Part Two of a three-part course covering the whole of Paul and His Letter to the Romans . This course, Romans: Part Two , is designed to take around fifteen weeks to complete and continues the study of the Epistle with an in depth exegesis of Romans 6:1-11:36. This section of the letter builds on and develops previous elements outlined in Part One, and emphasizes that Romans as a whole is a letter about God. In this section you will explore questions such as: If God loves us so much and freely extends his grace, then why not live like we want? Why not continue in sin that his grace may abound? Is Romans 7 really giving a picture of the struggle of the Christian life? What argument is Paul making and how does he support the idea that there is 'no condemnation' for those in the Messiah Jesus? How does the dense and often difficult section of Romans 9-11 emerge from what Paul has been talking about in Romans 1-8? What can we say about the promises God made to his people long ago who do not seem to have noticed? The textbook is Prof. Wright's commentary on Romans in the Paul for Everyone series published by John Knox Press in the U.S. and SPCK in the UK. The structure of the course includes: Lectures by Prof. Wright Quizzes to assess comprehension Student discussions Interaction with Prof. David Seemuth, your co-instructor for the course Textbook readings Interaction with the biblical text itself If you are interested in exploring these and other questions from this powerful and important letter, then we encourage you to enroll in this course. Who this course is for: Any student of the Bible should be interested in this most powerful letter of the New Testament. Paul and His Letter to the Romans provides the basis for so much theology upon which Christians stand that this letter must be studied in depth. While this course will contain some rather elaborate explanations, the beginning student interested in the New Testament will still be able to understand much of what Prof. Wright explains. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 61 lectures • 7h 52m total length Expand all sections Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight 7 lectures • 39min Rom 6:1-11 KNT Text 01:16 Introduction to the Course with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 03:13 Rom 6:1-11 KNT Preview 01:44 Session One: Rom 6:1-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 14:52 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 6:1-11 13 questions Rom 6:12-23 KNT Text 01:35 Rom 6:12-23 KNT 02:16 Session Two: Rom 6:12-23 with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 13:55 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 6:12-23 9 questions Processing the Material from Prof. Wright through Q&A 2 lectures • 2min Additional Learning Tools with Prof. David P. Seemuth 01:36 Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #1 00:38 Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight (cont.) 21 lectures • 3hr 1min Rom 7:1-25 KNT 04:14 Session Three: Rom 7:1-8:11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:55 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:1-8:11 11 questions Rom 7:1-6 KNT Text 01:09 Session Four: Rom 7:1-6 with Prof. N.T. Wright 09:45 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:1-6 9 questions Rom 7:7-25 KNT Text 02:09 Session Five: Rom 7:7-25 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:32 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:7-25 14 questions Rom 8:1-11 KNT Text 01:30 Rom 8:1-11 KNT 02:08 Session Six: Rom 8:1-4 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:53 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:1-4 10 questions Session Seven: Rom 8:5-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 20:32 Comprehension Assessment of Rom 8:5-11 9 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #2 00:38 Rom 8:12-25 KNT Text 01:41 Rom 8:12-25 KNT 02:24 Session Eight: Rom 8:12-17 with Prof. N.T. Wright 13:21 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:12-17 8 questions Session Nine: Rom 8:18-25 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:48 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:18-25 10 questions Rom 8:26-39 KNT Text 01:42 Rom 8:26-39 KNT 02:25 Session Ten: Rom 8:26-30 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:22 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:26-30 12 questions Session Eleven: Rom 8:31-39 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:23 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:31-36 12 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #3 00:38 Romans Part Two Q&A with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:28 Romans: Part Two: Chapters Nine through Eleven 26 lectures • 3hr 19min Introduction to Romans Chapters 9-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:38 Rom 9:1-18 KNT Text 01:54 Rom 9:1-18 KNT 02:33 Session Thirteen: Rom 9:1-5 with Prof. N.T. Wright 12:11 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:1-5 10 questions Session Fourteen: Rom 9:6-18 with Prof. N.T. Wright 12:43 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:6-18 8 questions Rom 9:19-29 KNT Text 01:19 Rom 9:19-29 KNT 01:45 Session Fifteen: Rom 9:19-29 with Prof. N.T. Wright 11:42 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:19-29 6 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #4 00:38 Rom 9:30-10:13 KNT Text 01:59 Rom 9:30-10:13 KNT 02:43 Session Sixteen: Rom 9:30-10:4 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:42 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:30-10:4 13 questions Session Seventeen: Rom 10:5-13 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:38 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 10:5-13 12 questions Rom 10:14-21 KNT Text 01:07 Rom 10:14-21 KNT 01:30 Session Eighteen: Rom 10:14-21 with Prof. N.T. Wright 10:14 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 10:14-21 10 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #5 00:38 Rom 11:1-24 KNT Text 02:44 Rom 11:1-24 KNT 04:00 Session Nineteen: Rom 11:1-10 with Prof. N.T. Wright 17:36 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:1-10 9 questions Session Twenty: Rom 11:11-24 with Prof. N.T. Wright 24:32 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:11-24 12 questions Rom 11:25-36 KNT Text 01:17 Rom 11:25-36 KNT 01:49 Session Twenty One: Rom 11:25-36 with Prof. N.T. Wright 17:34 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:25-36 9 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #6 00:38 Romans Part Two Q&A with Prof. N.T. Wright 15:38 Romans: Part Two: Important Themes of the Letter 5 lectures • 52min Important Themes of the Letter: Overall Framework of the Letter 20:03 Comprehension Assessment of the Overall Framework of the Letter 11 questions Important Themes of the Letter: The Royal and Priestly Message 14:10 Comprehension Assessment of the Royal and Priestly Message of the Letter 8 questions Important Themes of the Letter: Righteousness of God 16:28 Comprehension Assessment of the Righteousness of God 8 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #7 00:38 Bonus Lecture 00:24 Instructors N.T. Wright Professor 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,577 Reviews 112,966 Students 36 Courses N.T Wright received his BA, MA and PHD from Oxford University. He taught New Testament at Cambridge, McGill and Oxford Universities 1978-1993. He was Dean of Lichfield, then Canon of Westminster, then Bishop of Durham (Church of England), 1994-2010. Since 2010 Prof. Wright has been Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He has published over 75 books and hundreds of articles. Prof. Wright recently received the Burkitt Medal from the British Academy for services to New Testament scholarship. He enjoys writing, lecturing, mentoring students and an occasional round of golf. He delights in spending time with his family in the midst of a busy schedule of writing and traveling. Show more Show less David P. Seemuth Professor 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,577 Reviews 112,966 Students 36 Courses David Seemuth has a Ph.D. from Marquette University in the field of Religious Studies with an emphasis on New Testament Theology. He has taught at the graduate level for over 30 years at numerous universities and seminaries. He also has 21 years of on-line teaching experience. His passion is to see that people not only understand the Scripture, but also apply them to daily life. 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  • Dig deeply into the intricacies of specific sections within the letter. Explicate how the strands of key thoughts keep interweaving through the text much as a major symphonic orchestral work returns to movements that reinforce the underlying elements of the work. Discuss how key theological ideas and thoughts are worked through by the Apostle Paul. Requirements Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part One (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664227996. Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part Two (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664229123. Description This course is Part Two of a three-part course covering the whole of Paul and His Letter to the Romans . This course, Romans: Part Two , is designed to take around fifteen weeks to complete and continues the study of the Epistle with an in depth exegesis of Romans 6:1-11:36. This section of the letter builds on and develops previous elements outlined in Part One, and emphasizes that Romans as a whole is a letter about God. In this section you will explore questions such as: If God loves us so much and freely extends his grace, then why not live like we want? Why not continue in sin that his grace may abound? Is Romans 7 really giving a picture of the struggle of the Christian life? What argument is Paul making and how does he support the idea that there is 'no condemnation' for those in the Messiah Jesus? How does the dense and often difficult section of Romans 9-11 emerge from what Paul has been talking about in Romans 1-8? What can we say about the promises God made to his people long ago who do not seem to have noticed? The textbook is Prof. Wright's commentary on Romans in the Paul for Everyone series published by John Knox Press in the U.S. and SPCK in the UK. The structure of the course includes: Lectures by Prof. Wright Quizzes to assess comprehension Student discussions Interaction with Prof. David Seemuth, your co-instructor for the course Textbook readings Interaction with the biblical text itself If you are interested in exploring these and other questions from this powerful and important letter, then we encourage you to enroll in this course. Who this course is for: Any student of the Bible should be interested in this most powerful letter of the New Testament. Paul and His Letter to the Romans provides the basis for so much theology upon which Christians stand that this letter must be studied in depth. While this course will contain some rather elaborate explanations, the beginning student interested in the New Testament will still be able to understand much of what Prof. Wright explains. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 61 lectures • 7h 52m total length Expand all sections Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight 7 lectures • 39min Rom 6:1-11 KNT Text 01:16 Introduction to the Course with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 03:13 Rom 6:1-11 KNT Preview 01:44 Session One: Rom 6:1-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 14:52 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 6:1-11 13 questions Rom 6:12-23 KNT Text 01:35 Rom 6:12-23 KNT 02:16 Session Two: Rom 6:12-23 with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 13:55 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 6:12-23 9 questions Processing the Material from Prof. Wright through Q&A 2 lectures • 2min Additional Learning Tools with Prof. David P. Seemuth 01:36 Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #1 00:38 Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight (cont.) 21 lectures • 3hr 1min Rom 7:1-25 KNT 04:14 Session Three: Rom 7:1-8:11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:55 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:1-8:11 11 questions Rom 7:1-6 KNT Text 01:09 Session Four: Rom 7:1-6 with Prof. N.T. Wright 09:45 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:1-6 9 questions Rom 7:7-25 KNT Text 02:09 Session Five: Rom 7:7-25 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:32 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:7-25 14 questions Rom 8:1-11 KNT Text 01:30 Rom 8:1-11 KNT 02:08 Session Six: Rom 8:1-4 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:53 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:1-4 10 questions Session Seven: Rom 8:5-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 20:32 Comprehension Assessment of Rom 8:5-11 9 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #2 00:38 Rom 8:12-25 KNT Text 01:41 Rom 8:12-25 KNT 02:24 Session Eight: Rom 8:12-17 with Prof. N.T. Wright 13:21 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:12-17 8 questions Session Nine: Rom 8:18-25 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:48 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:18-25 10 questions Rom 8:26-39 KNT Text 01:42 Rom 8:26-39 KNT 02:25 Session Ten: Rom 8:26-30 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:22 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:26-30 12 questions Session Eleven: Rom 8:31-39 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:23 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:31-36 12 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #3 00:38 Romans Part Two Q&A with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:28 Romans: Part Two: Chapters Nine through Eleven 26 lectures • 3hr 19min Introduction to Romans Chapters 9-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:38 Rom 9:1-18 KNT Text 01:54 Rom 9:1-18 KNT 02:33 Session Thirteen: Rom 9:1-5 with Prof. N.T. Wright 12:11 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:1-5 10 questions Session Fourteen: Rom 9:6-18 with Prof. N.T. Wright 12:43 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:6-18 8 questions Rom 9:19-29 KNT Text 01:19 Rom 9:19-29 KNT 01:45 Session Fifteen: Rom 9:19-29 with Prof. N.T. Wright 11:42 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:19-29 6 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #4 00:38 Rom 9:30-10:13 KNT Text 01:59 Rom 9:30-10:13 KNT 02:43 Session Sixteen: Rom 9:30-10:4 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:42 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:30-10:4 13 questions Session Seventeen: Rom 10:5-13 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:38 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 10:5-13 12 questions Rom 10:14-21 KNT Text 01:07 Rom 10:14-21 KNT 01:30 Session Eighteen: Rom 10:14-21 with Prof. N.T. Wright 10:14 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 10:14-21 10 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #5 00:38 Rom 11:1-24 KNT Text 02:44 Rom 11:1-24 KNT 04:00 Session Nineteen: Rom 11:1-10 with Prof. N.T. Wright 17:36 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:1-10 9 questions Session Twenty: Rom 11:11-24 with Prof. N.T. Wright 24:32 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:11-24 12 questions Rom 11:25-36 KNT Text 01:17 Rom 11:25-36 KNT 01:49 Session Twenty One: Rom 11:25-36 with Prof. N.T. Wright 17:34 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:25-36 9 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #6 00:38 Romans Part Two Q&A with Prof. N.T. Wright 15:38 Romans: Part Two: Important Themes of the Letter 5 lectures • 52min Important Themes of the Letter: Overall Framework of the Letter 20:03 Comprehension Assessment of the Overall Framework of the Letter 11 questions Important Themes of the Letter: The Royal and Priestly Message 14:10 Comprehension Assessment of the Royal and Priestly Message of the Letter 8 questions Important Themes of the Letter: Righteousness of God 16:28 Comprehension Assessment of the Righteousness of God 8 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #7 00:38 Bonus Lecture 00:24 Instructors N.T. Wright Professor 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,577 Reviews 112,966 Students 36 Courses N.T Wright received his BA, MA and PHD from Oxford University. He taught New Testament at Cambridge, McGill and Oxford Universities 1978-1993. He was Dean of Lichfield, then Canon of Westminster, then Bishop of Durham (Church of England), 1994-2010. Since 2010 Prof. Wright has been Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He has published over 75 books and hundreds of articles. Prof. Wright recently received the Burkitt Medal from the British Academy for services to New Testament scholarship. He enjoys writing, lecturing, mentoring students and an occasional round of golf. He delights in spending time with his family in the midst of a busy schedule of writing and traveling. Show more Show less David P. Seemuth Professor 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,577 Reviews 112,966 Students 36 Courses David Seemuth has a Ph.D. from Marquette University in the field of Religious Studies with an emphasis on New Testament Theology. He has taught at the graduate level for over 30 years at numerous universities and seminaries. He also has 21 years of on-line teaching experience. His passion is to see that people not only understand the Scripture, but also apply them to daily life. Show more Show less Jennifer Loop Teaching Assistant 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,372 Reviews 111,877 Students 34 Courses Jennifer Loop is currently a doctoral candidate at Durham University. She is the Lead Content Developer for the Wisconsin Center for Christian Studies, and plays a critical role in the online education, both organizational and theological, by guiding the online student experience. Jennifer enjoys engaging with a ‘virtual community’ of diverse students and learners to explore how theology, faith and practice intersect. 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  • Explicate how the strands of key thoughts keep interweaving through the text much as a major symphonic orchestral work returns to movements that reinforce the underlying elements of the work. Discuss how key theological ideas and thoughts are worked through by the Apostle Paul. Requirements Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part One (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664227996. Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part Two (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664229123. Description This course is Part Two of a three-part course covering the whole of Paul and His Letter to the Romans . This course, Romans: Part Two , is designed to take around fifteen weeks to complete and continues the study of the Epistle with an in depth exegesis of Romans 6:1-11:36. This section of the letter builds on and develops previous elements outlined in Part One, and emphasizes that Romans as a whole is a letter about God. In this section you will explore questions such as: If God loves us so much and freely extends his grace, then why not live like we want? Why not continue in sin that his grace may abound? Is Romans 7 really giving a picture of the struggle of the Christian life? What argument is Paul making and how does he support the idea that there is 'no condemnation' for those in the Messiah Jesus? How does the dense and often difficult section of Romans 9-11 emerge from what Paul has been talking about in Romans 1-8? What can we say about the promises God made to his people long ago who do not seem to have noticed? The textbook is Prof. Wright's commentary on Romans in the Paul for Everyone series published by John Knox Press in the U.S. and SPCK in the UK. The structure of the course includes: Lectures by Prof. Wright Quizzes to assess comprehension Student discussions Interaction with Prof. David Seemuth, your co-instructor for the course Textbook readings Interaction with the biblical text itself If you are interested in exploring these and other questions from this powerful and important letter, then we encourage you to enroll in this course. Who this course is for: Any student of the Bible should be interested in this most powerful letter of the New Testament. Paul and His Letter to the Romans provides the basis for so much theology upon which Christians stand that this letter must be studied in depth. While this course will contain some rather elaborate explanations, the beginning student interested in the New Testament will still be able to understand much of what Prof. Wright explains. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 61 lectures • 7h 52m total length Expand all sections Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight 7 lectures • 39min Rom 6:1-11 KNT Text 01:16 Introduction to the Course with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 03:13 Rom 6:1-11 KNT Preview 01:44 Session One: Rom 6:1-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 14:52 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 6:1-11 13 questions Rom 6:12-23 KNT Text 01:35 Rom 6:12-23 KNT 02:16 Session Two: Rom 6:12-23 with Prof. N.T. Wright Preview 13:55 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 6:12-23 9 questions Processing the Material from Prof. Wright through Q&A 2 lectures • 2min Additional Learning Tools with Prof. David P. Seemuth 01:36 Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #1 00:38 Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight (cont.) 21 lectures • 3hr 1min Rom 7:1-25 KNT 04:14 Session Three: Rom 7:1-8:11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:55 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:1-8:11 11 questions Rom 7:1-6 KNT Text 01:09 Session Four: Rom 7:1-6 with Prof. N.T. Wright 09:45 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:1-6 9 questions Rom 7:7-25 KNT Text 02:09 Session Five: Rom 7:7-25 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:32 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 7:7-25 14 questions Rom 8:1-11 KNT Text 01:30 Rom 8:1-11 KNT 02:08 Session Six: Rom 8:1-4 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:53 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:1-4 10 questions Session Seven: Rom 8:5-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 20:32 Comprehension Assessment of Rom 8:5-11 9 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #2 00:38 Rom 8:12-25 KNT Text 01:41 Rom 8:12-25 KNT 02:24 Session Eight: Rom 8:12-17 with Prof. N.T. Wright 13:21 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:12-17 8 questions Session Nine: Rom 8:18-25 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:48 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:18-25 10 questions Rom 8:26-39 KNT Text 01:42 Rom 8:26-39 KNT 02:25 Session Ten: Rom 8:26-30 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:22 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:26-30 12 questions Session Eleven: Rom 8:31-39 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:23 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 8:31-36 12 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #3 00:38 Romans Part Two Q&A with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:28 Romans: Part Two: Chapters Nine through Eleven 26 lectures • 3hr 19min Introduction to Romans Chapters 9-11 with Prof. N.T. Wright 18:38 Rom 9:1-18 KNT Text 01:54 Rom 9:1-18 KNT 02:33 Session Thirteen: Rom 9:1-5 with Prof. N.T. Wright 12:11 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:1-5 10 questions Session Fourteen: Rom 9:6-18 with Prof. N.T. Wright 12:43 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:6-18 8 questions Rom 9:19-29 KNT Text 01:19 Rom 9:19-29 KNT 01:45 Session Fifteen: Rom 9:19-29 with Prof. N.T. Wright 11:42 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:19-29 6 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #4 00:38 Rom 9:30-10:13 KNT Text 01:59 Rom 9:30-10:13 KNT 02:43 Session Sixteen: Rom 9:30-10:4 with Prof. N.T. Wright 16:42 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 9:30-10:4 13 questions Session Seventeen: Rom 10:5-13 with Prof. N.T. Wright 14:38 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 10:5-13 12 questions Rom 10:14-21 KNT Text 01:07 Rom 10:14-21 KNT 01:30 Session Eighteen: Rom 10:14-21 with Prof. N.T. Wright 10:14 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 10:14-21 10 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #5 00:38 Rom 11:1-24 KNT Text 02:44 Rom 11:1-24 KNT 04:00 Session Nineteen: Rom 11:1-10 with Prof. N.T. Wright 17:36 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:1-10 9 questions Session Twenty: Rom 11:11-24 with Prof. N.T. Wright 24:32 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:11-24 12 questions Rom 11:25-36 KNT Text 01:17 Rom 11:25-36 KNT 01:49 Session Twenty One: Rom 11:25-36 with Prof. N.T. Wright 17:34 Comprehension Assessment on Rom 11:25-36 9 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #6 00:38 Romans Part Two Q&A with Prof. N.T. Wright 15:38 Romans: Part Two: Important Themes of the Letter 5 lectures • 52min Important Themes of the Letter: Overall Framework of the Letter 20:03 Comprehension Assessment of the Overall Framework of the Letter 11 questions Important Themes of the Letter: The Royal and Priestly Message 14:10 Comprehension Assessment of the Royal and Priestly Message of the Letter 8 questions Important Themes of the Letter: Righteousness of God 16:28 Comprehension Assessment of the Righteousness of God 8 questions Processing Ideas and Probing Questions #7 00:38 Bonus Lecture 00:24 Instructors N.T. Wright Professor 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,577 Reviews 112,966 Students 36 Courses N.T Wright received his BA, MA and PHD from Oxford University. He taught New Testament at Cambridge, McGill and Oxford Universities 1978-1993. He was Dean of Lichfield, then Canon of Westminster, then Bishop of Durham (Church of England), 1994-2010. Since 2010 Prof. Wright has been Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He has published over 75 books and hundreds of articles. Prof. Wright recently received the Burkitt Medal from the British Academy for services to New Testament scholarship. He enjoys writing, lecturing, mentoring students and an occasional round of golf. He delights in spending time with his family in the midst of a busy schedule of writing and traveling. Show more Show less David P. Seemuth Professor 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,577 Reviews 112,966 Students 36 Courses David Seemuth has a Ph.D. from Marquette University in the field of Religious Studies with an emphasis on New Testament Theology. He has taught at the graduate level for over 30 years at numerous universities and seminaries. He also has 21 years of on-line teaching experience. His passion is to see that people not only understand the Scripture, but also apply them to daily life. Show more Show less Jennifer Loop Teaching Assistant 4.8 Instructor Rating 24,372 Reviews 111,877 Students 34 Courses Jennifer Loop is currently a doctoral candidate at Durham University. She is the Lead Content Developer for the Wisconsin Center for Christian Studies, and plays a critical role in the online education, both organizational and theological, by guiding the online student experience. Jennifer enjoys engaging with a ‘virtual community’ of diverse students and learners to explore how theology, faith and practice intersect. 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  • Discuss how key theological ideas and thoughts are worked through by the Apostle Paul. Requirements Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part One (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664227996. Students should obtain the commentary by Prof. Wright, Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part Two (John Knox, 2005) ISBN-10: 0664229123. Description This course is Part Two of a three-part course covering the whole of Paul and His Letter to the Romans . This course, Romans: Part Two , is designed to take around fifteen weeks to complete and continues the study of the Epistle with an in depth exegesis of Romans 6:1-11:36. This section of the letter builds on and develops previous elements outlined in Part One, and emphasizes that Romans as a whole is a letter about God. In this section you will explore questions such as: If God loves us so much and freely extends his grace, then why not live like we want? Why not continue in sin that his grace may abound? Is Romans 7 really giving a picture of the struggle of the Christian life? What argument is Paul making and how does he support the idea that there is 'no condemnation' for those in the Messiah Jesus? How does the dense and often difficult section of Romans 9-11 emerge from what Paul has been talking about in Romans 1-8? What can we say about the promises God made to his people long ago who do not seem to have noticed? The textbook is Prof. Wright's commentary on Romans in the Paul for Everyone series published by John Knox Press in the U.S. and SPCK in the UK. The structure of the course includes: Lectures by Prof. Wright Quizzes to assess comprehension Student discussions Interaction with Prof. David Seemuth, your co-instructor for the course Textbook readings Interaction with the biblical text itself If you are interested in exploring these and other questions from this powerful and important letter, then we encourage you to enroll in this course. Who this course is for: Any student of the Bible should be interested in this most powerful letter of the New Testament. Paul and His Letter to the Romans provides the basis for so much theology upon which Christians stand that this letter must be studied in depth. While this course will contain some rather elaborate explanations, the beginning student interested in the New Testament will still be able to understand much of what Prof. Wright explains. Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 61 lectures • 7h 52m total length Expand all sections Romans Part Two: Chapters Six through Eight 7 lectures • 39min Rom 6:1-11 KNT Text 01:16 Intr