Some sample questions from this category:
* This letter was written to the believers in Rome. Who was the writer of the epistle, who described himself as "a servant of Christ Jesus, called to be an apostle."? (Romans 1:1)
* The Epistle continued with a discussion on God's wrath and judgment against people. The writer pointed out that this included the Gentiles, non-Jews. Where did the writer state that the law was written on the Gentiles? (Romans 2:15)
* After this discourse on the law and judgment, the author turned to a discussion of righteousness. According to Romans 3, how did one receive righteousness?
* Even in the days of the New Testament, writers used Scripture to back up their statements. Which Old Testament figure did the author use as an example, quoting the passage "it was counted to him as righteousness" about him? (Romans 4:3)
* Death and life are themes in this Epistle as well as in Christianity. In which of the following ways was the current state of creation NOT described in the eighth chapter, as opposed to its future glory?