Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley discuss Romans 10:14-21 and the mission of God.
Questions Covered in This Episode:
- What has Paul been saying so far in this passage?
- Is Paul justifying the gentile ministry (V. 13-14)?
- Do people need to hear the gospel to be saved?
- Why is it important that we use reigning language with the gospel?
- What framework is Paul relying upon?
- Are those who believe sent out as proclaimers of what they hear?
- Where is the emphasis on the method of proclamation; go and tell or come and see?
- What is our primary emphasis today, deeds without words or words without deeds?
- How did this play out in Israel’s history?
Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Romans 10:14-21, Isaiah 52:6-9, John 13:35, John 20:22, Isaiah 65, Romans 4, Genesis 12-17, Matthew 10:5-8, Romans 10, Matthew 5:13-16
- “On the Incarnation” by Saint Athanasius
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