Jul 07, 2004 The Romans were made up of both Jews and Gentiles (with a probable emphasis upon Gentiles) 1) Paul writes to Gentiles a) Paul was an apostle to the Gentiles (15; 113; Gal. Romans 717. The Book of Romans is primarily a work of doctrine and can be divided into four sections righteousness needed, 118-320; righteousness provided, 321-839; righteousness vindicated, 91-1136; righteousness practiced, 121-1513. Paul seems to mix the types of conditional "ifs" in this section, the first three (Romans 89 Romans 810 Romans 811) being of the first class that indicates certainty, while the last two (Romans 813 Romans 817) function as third class and connote likely possibility but not certainty. . Romans 614. . Aug 29, 2012 The Gentiles who remained would have begun meeting together without Jewish leadership and input, and those they reached with the good news of Christ during the intervening five years would have been Gentiles. Web. And you probably know the role a verse from Romans played in Martin Luthers articulation of the 95 theses that launched the Reformation. Web. 3, 4).