The apostle Paul’s letter to the Romans is the longest of his letters and is brimming with his exhilarating captivation with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Romans can be seen as an epic in one sense, not just because of its length but because of its breadth and sweep. Paul begins his instruction with words about creation and the natural order, and then proceeds to show how mankind’s disobedience brought disruption to them. Then Paul moves methodically—but beautifully—through the story of the Bible itself, recounting God’s justice and grace throughout history, from the days of the patriarchs until the time of his writing. At the same time, Paul lays out the “anatomy” of salvation, telling both the wide-lens story of God’s work in history to restore fallen creation and the finer, narrow-lens story of how God saves sinners through the life, death, and resurrection of his Son Jesus Christ. Join us each Wednesday night at 6:30PM as we go through this rich book of the Bible.