2. They were to "receive her in the Lord, as becometh saints"—what verse in another chapter in Romans well describes what this means?
4. In view of the claims of the Catholic Church, whose name is conspicuously absent from the list of those receiving greetings?
6. What noteworthy thing does Paul say about Priscilla and Aquila for whom he gave thanks?
7. Who is said to have been the "firstfruits of Achaia [Asia, better translation]" who was now in Rome?
8. What is said about Andronicus and Junia that is of special interest?
9. What is probably meant when he speaks of "them which are of the household of Aristobulus" and "them that be of the household of Narcissus"?
10. What is the interesting possibility of who this man Rufus may be, in the light of other Scripture?
11. Which people are said to be Paul’s kinsmen in the list of those receiving greetings, and what is the likelihood of what his means?
12. What does Romans 16:16 say?
13. What are various words and expressions used throughout these greetings that show the deep endearment and respect that early Christians had one for another?
14. In the context, why does it seem especially fitting that Paul now warns about those who cause division among Christians?
15. What does Paul say should be done in reference to those who "cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine" which they had learned?
16. What does Paul say in Romans 1:8 that compliments what he says here, i. e. "For your obedience is come abroad unto all men"?
17. Paul said, "I would have you __________ unto that which is good, and _____________ concerning evil."
18. Name as many people as you can, 8 in all, who personally send greetings to the Christians at Rome.
19. Who pens this epistle of Romans for the apostle Paul and who was Paul’s host and host to the whole church when Paul writes this letter?
20. As Paul uses both words here, what word is the opposite in meaning to the N.T. word "mystery"?