Introduction: Theology that Preaches.; 1. Life without a preacher: Divine Wrath, Election, and this World's Final Hour; 2. The preacher's first word: Law and Sin [Self-justification] Romans; 3. The preacher's second word: Gospel and Freedom as the end of the Law [Justification by faith alone] Romans 3-5. a. Christ's cross: Crux Sola Nostra Theologia; b. Christ's resurrection: Mirabile Duellum; 4. Work of the Preacher: distribution of the benefits of Christ [hermeneutics, Scripture, proclamation in word and sacraments] Romans 6; a. Baptism: Death and New Life; b. Lord's Supper: Given and shed for you for the forgiveness of sin; c. Confession and Absolution; 5. Living By Faith; a. Wretched Man that I am: Sin remains in the godly Romans 7 simil iustus et peccator; b. Holy Spirit, prayer and suffering: Romans 8 oratio, meditatio, tentatio; c. God's electing promise 9-11 The pain and comfort of election; d. Relationship of faith and Love: eschatological life under law and freed by Gospel; e. Romans 12: Faith active in Love [No ethics]. Present your bodies as a living sacrifice; f. Romans 13: Subject to governing authorities and political theology; g. Romans 14-16 Church and dissension in the Christian community; 6. Conclusion: The art and science of theology is learning to distinguish law and gospel in Scripture and in life.