Romans 1:16-17 Righteousness by Faith

    Need an Exergesis Paper written In Turabian . 5-7 pages double spaced.  Here are some resources

    Brown, Jared R. Christs Obedient Slave: Pauls Use of Ethos in Romans 1:117. RAMIFY: The Journal of the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts (n.d.): 6478.
    Description: Jared Brown writes about Pauls use of rhetoric and ethos in explaining obedience being a source of faith. This helps show how obedience to Gods will will strengthen and grow a persons faith.

    Dunn, Devin. Good News to the Jew, First: An Exegesis of Romans 1:16-17. Academia.edu. Last modified June 1, 2017. Accessed October 5, 2020. https://www.academia.edu/33505178/Good_News_to_the_Jew_First_An_Exegesis_of_Romans_1_16-17.
    Description: This exegesis by Devin Dunn explains Pauls unashamed attitude in sharing the good news. This helps see the various takes one can get from a passage like Romans 1:16-17.

    Hays, Richard B. Relations Natural and Unnatural: A Response to John Boswell’s Exegesis of Romans 1. The Journal of Religious Ethics, 14, no. 1, (1986): 184215. www.jstor.org/stable/40015030. Accessed 14 Sept. 2020.
    Description: Richard Hays responds to John Boswells exegesis and challenges his interpretation. Hays looks at Romans from an ethical standpoint and explains salvation and righteousness.

    Kuyper, L. Righteousness and Salvation. Scottish Journal of Theology, 30, no. 3 (1977): 233-252. doi:10.1017/S0036930600025497
    Description: This journal explains how in modern days we take righteousness and add either reward or blame with it. Kuyper also explains the difference of righteousness between old and new testament. This journal will help bring in a modern day view to righteousness and 

    Thielman, F. God’s Righteousness As God’s Fairness In Romans 1:17: An Ancient Perspective On A Significant Phrase1 JETS 54, no. 1 (March 2011): 35-48. Proquest.<https://search.proquest.com/docview/1000465493?pq-origsite=gscholar&fromopenview=true> [Accessed 14 September 2020].
    Description: Frank Thielman uses description and definitions to draw righteousness and fairness together. This helps understand the justification that is used for righteousness by faith.

    Thesis : Though many people believe in order to be righteous you must do good works, faith alone makes a person righteous in God’s eyes and God is who deems people righteous.
    Being righteous in Gods eyes is by relationship with him.. I have chosen to do an exegesis on Romans 1:16 and 17 because of its clear answer on righteousness and Gods view. We all want to be perfect in Gods eyes and become the good and faithful servant, but how is this possible?

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