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Romans

Feb 06, 2022 | Joshua Claycamp

The Irrepressible Moral Law

"How would you like it if someone did this to you?" It is an ancient question still asked very often today. It is an appeal to to some standard of behavior that is expected, some law or rule of fair play and decency. To put it another way, we all have morality written on our souls. It is absolute. It is everywhere. It is known to everyone. Where does it come from? What does it mean? What does it tell us about God? What does this tell us about ourselves? The Apostle Paul explains the deepest meaning of justice in his letter to the Romans. Follow along as we walk through Romans 2:1-5.

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