The Test Of Our Theology

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Romans 12:9-21

The Book of Romans has a reputation for being a very theological and doctrinally oriented book. There is good reason for us to think of Romans in this light because it provides a very thorough and meticulous presentation of the essential doctrines of the Christian faith. But the Book of Romans is also a very practical book – especially in its last five chapters. These chapters remind us that our theology is not ultimately worked out in the classroom, but lived out in the context of relationships with fellow believers and with those outside the church.