ROMANS I (NT203)
FROM WRATH TO RIGHTEOUSNESS
This is an in-depth study of Romans 1–3. The English text is studied with insights from the Greek. Special emphasis is placed on: the credentials of a minister, the power of the Gospel, the nature of faith, the righteousness of God, faith versus works, how God will judge those who have never heard the Gospel.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
► Appreciate Romans in its historical context. (Evaluate, Valuing)
► Understand the nature of both the wrath of God and His righteousness as taught in Romans. (Comprehension, Analysis, Evaluation)
► Understand these as positions of relationship with God through Jesus Christ. (Comprehension, Evaluation, Valuing)
► Be able to apply insights and principles taught in Romans. (Application)
► Be able to increase his knowledge of the Word of God as a whole. (Knowledge, Receiving)
This course is worth four quarter units of credit in the degree programs of Embassy College.
Dr. Ronald E. Cottle is the Founder and President Emeritus of Christian Life School of Theology (CLST Global), the Founder and President Emeritus of the Apostolic Council of Transformational Servant-Leaders (ACTS) and the Founder and President of the Embassy College (EC).
He received a diploma in Theology from Southeastern Bible Institute, Lakeland, Florida, a B.A. in English-Religion, Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida, the M-Div. from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, Columbia, South Carolina, and both the Ph.D. in Religion and the M.S.Ed. and Ed.D. in Higher Education from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Dr. Cottle and his wife of sixty-plus years, Joanne reside in Columbus, Georgia and have one son, Ron Jr. See more about Dr. Cottle at www.roncottle.com.