Romans Outline

Romans Outline

by John Macarthur; copyright The MacArthur Bible Commentary

“The overarching theme of Romans is the righteousness that comes from God; the glorious truth that God justifies guilty, condemned sinners by grace alone through faith in Christ alone,” John MacArthur.
  1. Greetings and Introduction (1:1-15)
  2. Theme (1:16,17)
  3. Condemnation: The Need of God’s Righteousness (1:18-3:20)
    1. Unrighteous Gentiles (1:18-32)
    2. Unrighteous Jews (2:1-3:8)
    3. Unrighteous Mankind (3:9-20)
  4. Justification: The Provision of God’s Righteousness (3:21-5:21)
    1. The Source of Righteousness (3:21-31)
    2. The Example of Righteousness (4:1-25)
    3. The Blessing of Righteousness (5:1-11)
    4. The Imputation of Righteousness (5:12-21)
  5. Sanctification: The Demonstration of God’s Righteousness (6:1-8:39)
  6. Restoration: Israel’s Reception of God’s Righteousness (9:1-11:36)
  7. Application: The Behavior of God’s Righteousness (12:1-15:13)
  8. Conclusion, Greetings, and Benediction (15:14-16:27)

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