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MCP 5121 Community in Romans

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ABOUT

This module takes an in depth look at the book of Romans. It views Romans from the perspective of Paul in the 1st century and seeks to understand this message through the questions people were asking in Paul’s time. This is compared to views that came from the reformation and implications are drawn concerning the Church’s identity in the world today.

Course Length: 8 weeks   Effort: 3-4 hours/week   Level: Intermediate

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • you will learn the background context in which Romans was written
  • learn about Paul’s view of the atonement
  • the role of faith and the law in Christian life
  • see how the Gospel was the fulfilment of Old Testament Hebrew expectations
  • the role of Israel in the world today

COURSE STRUCTURE

You will be provided with a free eBook on Romans. You will also be expected to complete much of the further reading from the list provided in lesson 1. This module is assessed by way of a research essay and an end of module online timed exam.

Lessons

MCP 5121 Community in Romans – Reading and Assessment

ESSENTIAL READING The e-book below and extracts from other books are your essential reading for this module. These resources have been made freely available for you to download. You may also wish to read from the 'further reading' list but this is not essential for you completion of the course. Course Text Notes on Romans Chapters [...]

MCP 5121 Community in Romans – Course Content

This module takes an in depth look at the book of Romans. It views Romans from the perspective of Paul in the 1st century and seeks to understand this message through the questions people were asking in Paul’s time. This is compared to views that came from the reformation and implications are drawn concerning the [...]