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Bible (Reina Valera) NT 06: Romanos

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The New Testament book of Romans, as translated in the Reina-Valera version, is a powerful and thought-provoking text that delves into deep theological concepts and practical guidance for Christian living. In this particular edition, the language is clear and easy to understand, making it accessible to a wide range of readers.

The commentary provided throughout the book offers helpful insights and explanations of the text, shedding light on the historical and cultural context in which it was written. This adds depth and richness to the reading experience, helping readers to grasp the intended meaning of the author more fully.

One of the standout features of this edition is the inclusion of study questions and application points at the end of each chapter. These help readers to engage with the text on a more personal level, encouraging reflection and application of the lessons learned to their own lives.

Overall, the Reina-Valera version of the book of Romans is a valuable resource for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of the Bible and grow in their faith. Whether you are a new believer or a seasoned Christian, this book provides timeless wisdom and guidance that will inspire and encourage you on your spiritual journey.

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La carta a los romanos es el razonamiento más largo y sistemático de las cartas de Pablo. Pablo anuncia su tema en los versículos 1: 16-17: El evangelio es el poder de Dios para la salvación, tanto para los judíos como para los gentiles, porque nos muestra cómo nuestra justicia proviene de Dios. Pablo explica la necesidad de la justificación a través de la fe a causa del pecado Luego explica los resultados de la justificación por la fe en términos tanto de la experiencia presente como de la esperanza futura . En los siguientes tres capítulos, expresa su dolor por el hecho de que muchos de sus compañeros israelitas no hayan abrazado el evangelio, y maneja las implicaciones teológicas de esto . Concluye describiendo cómo el evangelio debería afectar nuestra vida diaria Pablo escribió su carta a Roma aproximadamente en el año 57 d.C.


The letter to the Romans is the longest and most systematic reasoning of Paul's letters. Paul announces its theme in verses 1: 16-17: The gospel is the power of God for salvation, both for Jews and Gentiles, because it shows us how our righteousness comes from God. Paul explains the need for justification through faith because of sin Then he explains the results of justification by faith in terms of both present experience and future hope . In the next three chapters, he expresses his sorrow over the fact that many of his fellow Israelites have not embraced the gospel, and he handles the theological implications of this . He concludes by describing how the gospel should affect our daily life Paul wrote his letter to Rome in approximately AD 57.

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