All questions are based on Romans chapter 1.
The primary version used for preparing the questions and answers is the NKJV version of the Bible. Click here to read online ROMANS 1 NKJV – Greeting – Paul, a bondservant of Jesus – Bible Gateway After you go through the questions, do answer them. This way, you exercise your mind. Only after you have completed writing your answers, only then consider referring to the answers. This way you will benefit the most.
Question 1 ) Who wrote the Epistle to the Romans?
Question 2) What quality of Romans was the author of the book thankful to God firstly?
Question 3) Why did the author of the book desire to meet the believers in Rome? Was he wanting to give some thing?
Question 4) What is the Gospel of Christ according to the author of the book?
Question 5) Are the invisible attributes of God clearly seen in the visible world?
Question 6) Paul said he was a debtor only to the Greeks and the wise people. ( True or false )
Question 7) What was the reason people have morally depraved ( reprobate mind, bad mind, unprincipled mind ) ?
Question 8) What is your favorite verse in this chapter?
Here are the answers:
Answer 1 ) Paul
Answer 2) Faith
Answer 3) Yes, he wanted to give them a gift. He wanted to give them spiritual gifts so that they may be established. ( FYI, Refer Romans 1:11)
Answer 4) Gospel of Christ is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes. ( FYI, Refer Romans 1:16,17. This salvation is available for all the Jews who believes first and also for the Greek ( i.e. Gentiles). The righteousness of God is revealed in the Gospel. )
Answer 5) Yes, absolutely and in all certainty, the invisible attributes of God are clearly seen in the visible world. Created things is able to understand various attributes of God including Gods eternal power. ( FYI, Refer Romans 1:20)
Answer 6) False. Paul said he was a debtor to the Greeks and the barbarians, to the wise and the foolish people. ( FYI, Refer Romans 1:14)
Answer 7) The reason people have morally depraved ( reprobate mind, bad mind, unprincipled mind ) is because they did not like to retain God in knowledge. ( FYI, Refer Romans 1:28)
They did not glorify the creator as God, they were not thankful, thus they became futile in their thoughts, and their hearts were darkened. ( FYI, Refer Romans 1:21 to 27)
Answer 8) Any verse you pick up is perfectly the right answer.
As for me, it is verse 21 as I am reminded to be thankful and grateful to God more often.
Romans 1:21 because, although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were thankful, but became futile in their thoughts, and their foolish hearts were darkened.