Romans 14: Harmony in Diversity

This entry is part 133 of 138 in the series 365 Key Chapters of the Bible

Paul wrote the epistle to the Romans to a diverse audience. Consisting of both Jews and Gentiles, his audience had differing views on religious practices—they did not agree on the nonessentials. Romans 14 addresses the manner in which we ought to behave when faced with such a situation in our own lives.

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Women in the Bible and in Media

How does the representation of Eve in the Bible affect the portrayal of women in contemporary media? Recognizing and responding to errant worldviews that answer questions like these is an important part of training to follow Christ in our digitally saturated society.

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