If “The New World” had been discovered 2,000 years earlier, and the New York Times had their bestsellers list in A.D. 58, the Book of Romans would certainly have claimed the top spot! It has long been considered by many to be the Apostle Paul’s seminal work. It is more than just his longest epistle; it is his deepest and richest. This, perhaps, led to the early church fathers placing it first among the epistles, despite being written during his 3rd missionary journey. What remains one of the most amazing things about Romans is it’s timelessness and relevance to the Church two millennia later.