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Romans: Laying a Solid Foundation

Romans: Laying a Solid Foundation

The Bible Teacher's Commentary

Paul J. Bucknell

Romans 3:21-31 Advanced Bible Study Questions

The Bible Teaching Commentary

Paul J. Bucknell

Romans 3:21-31 Basic Study Questions
Romans 3:21-31 Advanced Study Questions
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Paul has just about finished demonstrating that all men have sinned. There is not one person who has a righteous character or upright deeds. Paul now lays out how God in his graciousness provided a way to obtain this righteousness without which, one will perish.

Romans 3:21-24

  1. If righteousness does not come through the Law, how can we at all hope to obtain righteousness?

  2. Who can get this righteousness of God?

  3. Who needs this righteousness from God?

  4. From verse 3:23b, how might you tell someone what sin is?

  5. What does the word ‘justify’ mean (3:20, 24)?

  6. Why is this referred to as a ‘gift by His grace’?

  7. What does redemption mean in verse 3:24?

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Romans 3:25-26

  1. Who did God display publicly?

  2. What does ‘propitiation’ mean? When did Jesus become a propitiation?


  3. What does Jesus’ crucifixion demonstrate about God?
    Here is an old question. What about the sins of the people before Jesus’ time? Why did Jesus not come earlier?

Romans 3:27-31

  1. In summary, two main thoughts have been discussed. In question form they are:
    • Does any man naturally possess a righteousness acceptable to God? Can any man earn his righteousness?

    • How does man gain this righteousness if he so desires to?

  2. Who then can be proud of his salvation? How should we think of our salvation?

  3. What do verses 27-28 have to say about why nobody can boast?

  4. Does anything change because of a certain religion or national heritage?

  5. Is there more than one way by which a man may be justified?

  6. How does Paul answer the question in verse 3:31, “Does that mean the Law is of no good anymore because of faith?” How is the Law established or upheld?
Romans 3:21-31 Basic Study Questions
Romans 3:21-31 Advanced Study Questions

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Each section of Romans is broken up into teaching or study sections. There is a set of Bible Studies for each set. The NASB is used but other translations can be used alongside the Bible Studies. The series of Bible Study questions is meant to lead one into the discovery of the scripture's teaching. Sometimes there is both a basic and advanced set of Bible Studies. The study Bible Studies focus on the three following parts.

  • Basic Bible Study Questions

These answers will be found right in the Bible passage. The NASB text is used because it is more literal. These questions will encourage one to ask, "What does the passage actually say?"

  • Application Bible Study Questions

At the end, there is room for one's own applications. These questions will encourage one to ask, "What does the passage mean to me?" These answers are meant to be personal and have to do with one's own life.

  • Bonus Bible Study Questions

These answers will not be found in the text as the general questions. One has to use other knowledge that one has gleaned over the years to answer these properly. They are meant to encourage one to dig deeper into the point of the passage. These questions would have one ask, "What does it mean?"