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Tag: Romans
God intends that we become conformed to the image of Jesus. Why? So that Jesus will have many brothers. And what does that conformity look like? It’s relational through and through.
Richard Sibbes' beautiful exposition of Romans 8:2 will give you hope and courage in Christ! 
Tom Holland draws out the Old Testament theme of God's marriage to his people in the book of Romans. 
Simon Gathercole examines Paul's theology of atonement, focusing on the classical context of Paul's thought and Romans 5:6–10.  
Paul Blackham looks at Romans 6 in the fourth of five talks on the cross. 
Martin Luther's autobiographical fragment from 1545 outlines the theological breakthrough which led to his gospel rediscovery and the Reformation. 
Simon Ponsonby introduces us to the Apostle Paul, considering his new name, his duty, his call, and his purpose. 
Dan Hames and Glen Scrivener speak about Halloween's origins and meaning; its dangers and its opportunities.