Dr Andy Woods Divine Righteousness Revealed Review Answering

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Dr. Andy Woods

Dr. Andy Woods

Divine Righteousness Revealed!

Divine Righteousness Revealed!

Review

Review

Answering Eight Questions 1) Who wrote it? – Paul 2) Who was it written

Answering Eight Questions 1) Who wrote it? – Paul 2) Who was it written to? – Roman Believers 3) Where was it written from? – Corinth 4) When was it written? – A. D. 57 5) Why was it written? – Doctrinal Foundation 6) What is inside? – 7 Part Outline 7) What is it about? – Righteousness 8) What makes the book different? – Theological formality

Structure I. Salutation (1: 1 -17) II. Sin (1: 18– 3: 20) III. Salvation

Structure I. Salutation (1: 1 -17) II. Sin (1: 18– 3: 20) III. Salvation (3: 21– 5: 21) IV. Sanctification (6– 8) V. Sovereignty (9– 11) VI. Service (12: 1– 15: 13) VII. Summation (15: 14– 16: 27)

Three Tenses of Salvation Phase Justification Sanctification Glorification Tense Past Present Future Saved from

Three Tenses of Salvation Phase Justification Sanctification Glorification Tense Past Present Future Saved from sin’s: Penalty Power Presence Scripture Eph 2: 8 -9; Titus 3: 5 Philip 2: 12 Rom 5: 10

Sanctification (6– 8) n Believer's relationship to sin-6 n Believer's relationship to the Law-7

Sanctification (6– 8) n Believer's relationship to sin-6 n Believer's relationship to the Law-7 n Believer's relationship to the Spirit-8

Sanctification (6– 8) n Believer's relationship to sin-6 n Believer's relationship to the Law-7

Sanctification (6– 8) n Believer's relationship to sin-6 n Believer's relationship to the Law-7 n Believer's relationship to the Spirit-8

Believer's Relationship to Sin (Rom 6) n Believer's set free from sin-6: 1 -14

Believer's Relationship to Sin (Rom 6) n Believer's set free from sin-6: 1 -14 n Believer as a slave to rightousness-6: 15 -23

Believer's Relationship to Sin (Rom 6) n Believer's set free from sin-6: 1 -14

Believer's Relationship to Sin (Rom 6) n Believer's set free from sin-6: 1 -14 n Believer as a slave to rightousness-6: 15 -23

Believer Set Free From Sin (6: 1 -14) 1) Question & strong denial (6:

Believer Set Free From Sin (6: 1 -14) 1) Question & strong denial (6: 1 -2 a) 2) Thesis statement (6: 2 b) 3) Thesis explained (6: 3 -11) 4) Thesis applied (6: 12 -14)

1. Question and Strong Denial (6: 1 -2 a) 1. Question (6: 1) 2.

1. Question and Strong Denial (6: 1 -2 a) 1. Question (6: 1) 2. Me genoita!!!!! (6: 2 a)

2. Thesis Statement (6: 2 b) 1. We died to sin 2. Past tense

2. Thesis Statement (6: 2 b) 1. We died to sin 2. Past tense 3. Believer's position

3. Thesis Explained (6: 3 -11) 1. Our baptism into Christ (6: 3 -5)

3. Thesis Explained (6: 3 -11) 1. Our baptism into Christ (6: 3 -5) 2. Katargeō (6: 6) 3. Our baptism into Christ has freed us from sin's power -8) 4. What Christ did (6: 9 -10) 5. Logizomai (6: 11) (6: 7

Ephesians 4: 1

Ephesians 4: 1

4. Thesis Applied (6: 12 -14) 1. Do not let sin reign in your

4. Thesis Applied (6: 12 -14) 1. Do not let sin reign in your body (6: 12) 2. Allow your body to be used as an instrument of God rather than sin (6: 13) 3. Do not allow sin to be your master (6: 14)

Conclusion

Conclusion

Believer Set Free From Sin (6: 1 -14) 1) Question & strong denial (6:

Believer Set Free From Sin (6: 1 -14) 1) Question & strong denial (6: 1 -2 a) 2) Thesis statement (6: 2 b) 3) Thesis explained (6: 3 -11) 4) Thesis applied (6: 12 -14)