The book of Romans is recognized as being the foundation of biblical worldview. Paul’s letter to the Christians in Rome stands as the utmost theological elucidation of the gospel of Christ ever in print by an enthused man. The Roman epistle educates and discusses areas of the Christian life arraying from creation, sin, salvation, eschatology, ethics, and theology. Although a complete worldview cannot be derived from this epistle alone, a concise introduction of these themes will provide some perspective on the subject. Thinking on the biblical perspective about creation, in the letter that Paul writes to Rome, specifies God’s creation is an expression of His existence and supremacy. According to Psalms 19, "The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they display knowledge. There is no speech or language where their voice is not heard." (Psalm 19:1-3) Creations voice goes out and translates into every known tongue. What it is declaring is the glory and majesty of God. By observing how specific and exact the interworking of all of creation, one can only come to the conclusion that there is a God. In our human nature we choose to rebel not wanting to be under any kind of authority, be it that of another person or God himself. So since we would much rather choose to live under our own control God gives those of us who would reject Christ over to those lust. (1:28-32) From the perspective of sin, Paul describes the dilemma of sin as insidious and indicating that it is universal (3:10-20, 23). Paul’s pronouncement “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” portrays it unequivocally-“all have sinned.” Our wages would earn us death, but the gift of God is what brings about eternal life. (Romans 6:23) If we could work to obtain salvation, then this gift of grace would be meaningless. However grace is not worthless, but precious and priceless. Thinking...
Bibliography: Douglas Moo, The NIV Application Commentary: Romans, 2000 
The Holy Bible, Book of Romans
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