Romans 12

In the second part of his letter Paul now shows what quality of life should characterize those who believe in the gospel as set out in chapters 1-11. The close connection between belief and conduct is emphasized by the significant word ‘Therefore’ in 12:1. See Analysis.

  1. What should be the believer’s attitude:
    (a) to God, and
    (b) to the world? What results should such a right attitude produce?
  2. It has been suggested that the teaching of verses 3-8 might be summed up in the word ‘humility’, and that of verses 9-21 in the world ‘love’. How far is this true? At what points do I particularly come short of these standards?
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