Christology Exegetical Grace

If God is For Us, Who Can Be Against Us? An Exegesis of Romans 8:31-39

Romans 8:31-39 is a passage that bears the very lifeblood of the gospel. It is about the reality of God’s love for us, which He has been able to show through the giving of His only Son. It is an intimate articulation of election and an emotional exposition of the astounding truth of the believer’s position in Christ. This passage is an excellent text to assure the believer of his security in Christ. It leaves no room for antinomianism, yet the passage is clear that God is the one who has made us righteous, and He is the one who will keep us righteous.

The research paper linked below takes a deep look at the grammatical and theological applications of one of the most beloved chapters in all of Scripture. I hope it is as much of a blessing to you to read it as it was for me to write it!


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