The Book of Romans: A history-shaping text on experiencing unity, family, and righteousness within the early Church. Paul invites his audience to wrestle with issues of division and unity, as Jewish and non-Jewish people argued about what it meant to follow Jesus in the context of their daily lives and practices. Paul wrote this letter to not only display Jesus' love for all of his people, but also unite a divided Church.

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