1. What is one important result of justification? (Rom. 5:1)
2. From what does Jesus save sinners? (Rom. 5:9)
3. Whom does God reconcile to Himself? (Rom. 5:10)
4. What two things entered into the world through one man? (Rom. 5:12)
5. Of whom is Adam a figure? (Rom. 5:14)
6. What were the different results of each "man's" actions? (Rom. 5:16)
7. What situation is reversed when sinners becomes saved? (Rom. 5:17)
8. What did each "man" do which effected many others? (Rom. 5:19)
9. For what important reason does God bring His law into men's lives? (Rom. 5:20)
10. What is more abundant than sin? (Rom. 5:20)
1. According to Romans 5:12,
a) death is part of how the universe necessarily functions.
b) death displays the final result of a universe with a design flaw.
c) death is foreign invasion into a perfect universe.
d) death is the real villain which ought to blamed for men's misery.
2. Adam sinned unlike all of his descendants in that he sinned (choose one or more)
b) with more knowledge than they had.
c) with more malice.
d) while he was spiritually alive, with a free will.
Write an answer to ONE of the following questions or requests. The answer must not be longer than one paragraph.
A. According to Romans 5:1-10, what value could the hope of the gospel have for christian's in their present life on earth?
B. According to Romans 5:13,14, what does the presence of death tell us about sin and the law?
C. Why is it fair that all of Adam's descendants are condemned because of Adam's disobedience?.
D. What possible value could there be in fact that "the law entered, that sin might abound?" Does that mean God wants men to sin?
E. From Romans 5, describe the difference in the effort between Adam and Jesus.
Write an answer to the following question or request. Limit your essay to two pages double spaced. Support your statements and conclusions with quotes from the Bible and the analysis of Romans.
Find and quote one verse from Romans 5 that describes the value of God's gospel of righteousness by grace apart from works of the law. Explain
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