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The Apostle Paul wrote the book of Romans to advise Christians of how they are expected to construct their lives in a biblical sense. Paul explains the fundamentals and foundations of the Christian faith throughout the first 8 chapters in the book of Romans. Paul touched on many things which included the view of the natural world, human identity, human relationships, and also culture. In this essay, I intend to take a deeper look into the intent of Paul’s writing. This portion of the book of Romans takes us from our total inability to walk in good works, to God’s faithfulness in justifying, sanctifying, and glorifying us by our faith through Christ Jesus who justifies us. The natural world was formed by God and his word. God spoke the universe and everything in it into existence. We know this due to the fact that we believe the Bible is a revelation of God and not just a book written purely by human hands. Romans 1:20 Paul writes, “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities.” God showed himself through creation. He has made everything and shows those who are skeptical that the magnificence of creation cannot be re-duplicated. There are theories and conjectures which try to pinpoint the formation of the universe and earth, but only God explains that he created the heavens and earth, but does not go into great detail. Hence, proof of Gods existence is evident in the proof we see in the natural world in which we can clearly observe his wonderful work and creations in the world around us, which includes the world itself. Our human identity is both found in knowing Christ and knowing our true nature. We are made in God’s image (Gen 1:27), so when we are joined to our Father in spiritual union through His son Jesus (Rom 7:25a) we discover who we are as people. That is, we are or were once sinners who were born again by the…...

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