Sermons on Romans 3

Let God Be True Though Every Man a Liar

Romans 3:1-8

by John Piper

Who are they whose condemnation is just? Those who play games with the Word of God.

Why God Inspired Hard Texts

Romans 3:1-8

by John Piper

What are some implications of the fact that God has founded Christianity on a book that has difficult passages?

All Jews and Gentiles Are Under Sin

Romans 3:9-18

by John Piper

Mouths Closed and All the World Accountable to God

Palm Sunday

Romans 3:19-20

by John Piper

Christianity is not a narrow, provincial, or tribal religion. It declares things that have to do with the whole world.

Jesus Is Precious Because He Removes Our Guilt

Romans 3:19-26

by John Piper

Turn away from all the intellectual, physical, and religious tactics the world uses to evade its guilt, and rest in Jesus.

How Is It Right to Justify the Ungodly?

Romans 3:20 - 4:5

by John Piper

We unseat judges with indignation who acquit the guilty. Our moral sensibility is outraged when wrong and guilt are given legal sanction. Yet at the heart of our gospel stands the sentence: God justifies the ungodly who trust in him. God acquits the guilty. That is the gospel! But how can it be right for God to do that?

God Vindicated His Righteousness in the Death of Christ

Romans 3:21-26

by John Piper

God put sent Christ to die in order to demonstrate his righteousness.