Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley discuss idolatry, identity, and immorality as they dive into Romans 1:18-32.
Questions Covered in This Episode:
- What story is being told in this passage?
- What is natural revelation (V. 19-20)?
- Does natural revelation give sufficient knowledge of God for salvation?
- Once we know Christ, do we begin to see God more in creation?
- Why all this talk of the “wrath of God?”
- Is idolatry still a problem?
- What does the phrase “God gave them up” indicate (V. 24, 26, 28)?
- What’s the core issue in this passage? What’s the defining transgression?
- And what kind of behavior does this lead to?
- What are marks of the “debased mind” of V. 28?
Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
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- Natural Revelation: God makes himself known through creation.
- Special Revelation: God makes himself known through Christ and through Scripture.
- Wrathful: God hates all unrighteousness.
- Apokalyptetai (ἀποκαλύπτεται): Revealed.
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