In honor of the fact that 2017 marks the 500-year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, we will be beginning a series working our way through the Epistle to the Romans at ROC. This is fitting, given the importance of the letter as a catalyst of the Reformation itself.
We will cover chapters 1–5 in the first two months of the year, then move on to other topics, then circle back two more times (chs. 6-11 and chs. 12-16) later on.
I will also be teaching Acts+Romans (as well as the larger course on Acts+Romans+Everything-Else-Paul) three times this spring: a one-week intensive at the RTS-NYC campus, a one-week intensive for our RTS Distance/Hybrid MDiv students, and the full semester course for RTS-Orlando residential students. I sure hope I know Romans better after all this!