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1 Romans took over from the Greeks not only their philosophy but their arts.
2 Look at Romans now.
3 But only the rich benefited. Most Romans, and many city-dwellers throughout history, lived in squalor, and many died of it.
4 He was our substitute on the cross. But Christ not only died for sin, he also died to sin (Romans 6:10).
5 invasion of the Romans in Greece, instead of influencing the Greeks, they adapted the culture.
6 The Roman governor, from Paul's perspective, at least as he puts in there in Romans 13, is actually God's servant to punish wrongdoing.
7 Romans, Byzantines, Assyrians, Arabs, Mongols and Ottomans – they have all passed through here and left their marks on the town.
8 But look at the collective ecstasy of the Romans!
9 As examples, there are the Spartans and the Romans.
10 dishes traditionally served here are evidence of occupation by Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans and other European cultures, however, the Arabian influence seems to be the strongest.
11 They didn't follow a chronological order; they put Romans first because it's the longest and then the letters of Paul come in the Canon, more or less with some exceptions, by length.
12 July and August are unpleasantly hot, and Romans traditionally desert the stiflingly hot city in August, with many businesses closing; try to avoid visiting at this time.
13 Romans tells us that God sent his son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross for you to pay for your salvation.
14 Romans is a complicated letter, but it wasn't as simple you might give the idea from traditional Protestant piety which is, works are human activity.
15 And I believe that's basically what Romans 6 all about.
16 Now in fact W was not part of the Roman alphabet. We English invented W after adopting the 23 letters that came as a standard set from the Romans.
17 Romans considered their societal structures to be exceptional-and far superior to any other in the world.
18 That is when the leader of the Romans - Julius Caesar - took charge and invented a new solar calendar.
19 Paul, we've talked about Paul in Romans and Galatians.
20 like Americans of our day, Romans of the Republic considered their civic system to be a work of genius and utterly exceptional.
21 It's a totally different view of the law and its role in the cosmos than you see in Romans or Galatians, which is another piece of evidence for me that Paul is not the author of this letter.
22 We Romans subordinate ourselves to Rome, and only to Rome.
23 We should work to create and maintain a peaceful atmosphere:" If possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everone" (Romans 12:18).
24 island is oneof the four major Balearic Islands—the others are Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera—and it was colonized by the Romans in the secondcentury B.C.
25 But the overall church in Rome is by now apparently Gentile and when Paul writes Romans he directs his rhetoric to Gentiles.
26 Religion had to bring a softening effect upon against the violent and bestial character of the early Romans. But for us today, Machiavelli writes, religion has to serve the opposite purpose.
27 Paul talks about works in Romans he's clearly talking about works of Jewish law.
28 Shakespeare, Hamlet, the ancient Greeks and Romans could not imagine steam engines, railways, and the industry of the 18th and 19th centuries.
29 Romans 12 teaches us six foundational principles for what it takes to change anything in your life.
30 Tourists and Romans alike splashed themselves with water from some of the Italian city's famous fountains on Monday as temperatures climbed to 33 degrees.