PAUL THE APOSTLE, that great evangelist of first-century Christianity, has historically been credited with nearly half the content of the New Testament. Scholars will continue to debate which epistles Paul wrote and which he merely “inspired,” but one thing is certain: no one did more to articulate and disseminate the theology of the early Church.
This year our CREDO series examines Paul from four perspectives. Today Associate Pastor Kate Dunn concludes the series with a study of the letter to the Romans, the apostle’s longest, and perhaps most challenging, epistle. The Biblical scholar N.T. Wright has described Romans as “a breathtaking theological and spiritual vision.”