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Romans Fall 2009
Sovereign Grace Institute
Pastor Rick Hogaboam
Wednesdays, Sep. 30-Dec. 16, 6.15-7.15pm
No class Nov. 25
This New Testament course aims at
aiding the student in interacting with the biblical text,
learning the key themes, message,
structure and distinctive features of the New Testament
epistle written by the Apostle Paul
to the Romans.
A critical study through the book of
Romans, emphasizing the central themes of the love and
grace of God, His sovereignty, the
finished work of Jesus Christ, depravity of man, justification by faith,
sanctification through unity with Christ, and life in the Holy Spirit.
Links with the rest of the Program
is a Biblical Studies elective that helps enrich the student in the field of
Biblical Studies through a thorough understanding of books within Holy Writ.
Final examination at the end of
the Course designed to show the student’s ability to outline the entire book of
Romans textually and thematically, as well as to show knowledge of the major
theological concerns within the book of Romans (30%)
Attendance and Class Discussion
A 5 page essay on a topic of
interest arising from the text of Romans (20%)
essay will require you to select an approved topic of interest to elaborate on.
Some possible topics of interest may be: “Righteousness of God”, “The ‘I’ in
Romans 7”, “Election”, etc.
examination will assess your knowledge of the key themes in the book of Romans.
It will largely consist of questions from the weekly quizzes along with some
questions that wikl require short essays.
Preparatory reading is required for each class. Your
quizzes will cover the assigned readings for each week.
- ESV Study Bible
New International Commentary on the New Testament: The Epistle to the Romans by Douglass
J. Moo. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans 1996.
– Lecture on Authorship,
Historical Background in Rome, Textual Criticism, Audience, Genre, Purpose,
Themes, and Structure of Romans. Prescript (Rom. 1:1-7).
Reading: Moo 39-94
Oct. 7th -
Overview of Romans 1, Lecture on Romans 2
Reading: Moo, 177-254
Oct. 14th- Overview
of Romans 3, Lecture on Romans 4
Reading: Moo, 290-349
Oct 21st - Overview
of Romans 5, Lecture on Romans 6
Oct 28th - Overview
of Romans 7, Lecture on Romans 8
Nov 4th- Overview
of Romans 9, Lecture on Romans 10
Nov 11th - Overview
of Romans 11, Lecture on Romans 12
Nov 18th - Overview
of Romans 13, Lecture on Romans 14
Nov 26th - Overview
of Romans 15, Lecture on Romans 16
on Research Paper
Dec 2nd – Overview
of Romans, Prep. For Final Q’s
on Research Paper
Dec 9th – Oral
Presentation of Research Paper
Dec 16th - Finals