FREE WEBINAR: 5 Advantages to Teaching and Reading Romans

Monday, June 24, 2019
1PM CST

2PM EST | 11AM PST

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Think of a community that is divided, xenophobic, arrogant, challenged by a corrupt culture, and backbiting.   If you’re thinking of the churches in first century Rome, you’re right.  Paul wrote his most famous and significant letter to a community with all sorts of challenges. It’s a shame we often neglect the community and the people behind this very important letter.

There may be no more helpful letter churches need to hear and understand than Paul’s letter to Romans.  Join Dr. Scot McKnight as he unpacks how Paul’s letter to the Romans was more than something to be argued about. Romans is a persuasive letter to a group of people that took its message and changed the course of history.

IN THIS WEBINAR WE WILL:

  • Discover the community behind Paul’s letter to the Romans.
  • Learn about how Paul lays the theological foundation for true transformation to take place in the churches in Rome.
  • Gain a vision for how reading Romans backward can have a profound impact on your ministry.
  • Have an opportunity to ask Scot about your most pressing questions concerning Romans.

PRESENTER

Dr. Scot McKnight
Julius R. Mantey Chair of New Testament
Northern Seminary

Scot is a world-renowned speaker, writer, professor. He is a recognized authority on the historical Jesus, early Christianity, and the New Testament. His blog, Jesus Creed, is a leading Christian blog. He also leads the Masters in New Testament and DMin in New Testament Context.

HOST

Chaz Robbins   
New Testament Program Assistant
Northern Seminary

Chaz is a Church Planting Resident at Front Range Christian Church in Castle Rock, CO.  He also is the Host on the Kingdom Roots Podcast with Scot McKnight.

 

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