Thought to be one of the most important books of the New Testament, Romans is a letter filled with rich theology. Written by the apostle Paul around the mid-60s A.D., this letter was sent to the church in Rome made up of both Jews and Gentiles. Paul writes to the church to teach the major doctrines of Christianity in hopes of uniting the Roman church with all of its diverse backgrounds. Not only does Paul teach what we believe, but why we believe it. During this sermon series, we will encounter many important passages of Scripture to the Christian faith.