Not Even One

Romans 3:9-20 In this lesson's passage Paul reaches the grand finale of his argument about the universal condition of man. We begin to learn some important things about sin that will become more clear throughout Romans. In what way do the Jews have an advantage, and in what way are they on the same plane with everyone else? What is significant about Paul's use of the singular form of the word "sin?" What is implied by Paul's use of the word "under?" In Paul's selection and arrangement of verses he quotes from the Old Testament, what are the two kinds of relationship that he shows are impacted by sin? What are the two aspects of the extent of sin which these verses point out? When we speak of "total depravity" what do we not mean, and what do we mean? How does the Law stop our mouths when we are indicted before God? (52 min)