Illuminate: Romans, Galatians

Illuminate: Romans, Galatians
Barclay Press
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The Gospel of Grace


It has often been said that among the letters of Paul, the letter to the church in Rome comes the closest to a systematic theology, a thorough description of the gospel of grace. And, because the gospel of grace was being undermined by false teaching in the region of Galatia, Paul’s letter to Christians who were living there is the clearest statement in the New Testament about how salvation-through-faith-in-Christ-alone differs markedly from relying upon keeping the law of Moses. Hence, this study provides “a short course” on the gospel—the universality of sin, God’s provision of salvation through the death of Christ on the cross, and some basic teaching on how to live the Christian life.


SAMPLE: The Gospel of Grace



  1. A Gospel Summary (Romans 1:1-6, 14-17)

  2. The Universality of Sin (Romans 1:18-23, 3:9-12, 19-20)

  3. What Christ Has Done (Romans 3:21-31)

  4. Undoing the Damage (Romans 5:1-8, 12-14, 18-19)

  5. The Christian Life (Romans 6:1-14)

  6. The Struggle within (Romans 7:1-8, 21-25)

  7. Victory over Sin (Romans 8:1-11)

  8. More than Conquerors (Romans 8:28-39)

  9. Living the Life (Romans 12:1-8, 14, 17-21)

10. Moral Gray Areas (Romans 14:1, 5-17)

11. Deserting the Gospel? (Galatians 1:6-9, 2:11-16, 19-21)

12. Learning from Abraham (Galatians 3:1-14)

13. True Freedom (Galatians 5:1-6, 13-18, 22-25)



Jeffrey Blackburn
Focus on the Word

Becky Ankeny
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