The books of Romans through 2 Thessalonians were written by Paul over a period of fourteen years to seven churches scattered throughout Asia Minor, Greece, and Rome. These churches were in different stages of maturity and all needed instruction from the great apostle. The letters contain both doctrine and practical explanation. Paul took the great truths of the life, death, resurrection, and return of Jesus Christ and explained and applied them for the members of these newly established centers of Christian worship and witness. Because of the different circumstances into which Paul sent these letters, each has its own flavor and emphasis. However, the Spirit of God and the purpose of the Scriptures make them as applicable today as they were nearly two thousand years ago when the apostle originally penned them.
Paul’s Letters to the Churches Class Review Guide
At the end of Paul’s Letters to the Churches, spend time reviewing the entire set with a fun Jeopardy review game.
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