The epistle of Romans is strikingly different from Paul's other writings and also from the writings of the other disciples-particularly in the aspects of the beginning and of progress of Christian life. Paul wrote about the work of God by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. If the Holy Spirit inspired only Paul and nobody else, it is imperative that every doctrine on Christian life should be examined and understood with reference to this.
From Paul's presentation, beginning from chapter 12, we can infer that God the Father resurrected the Law as "Christian ethics" after He resurrected His Son. Now, believers can see the Law no longer as that which condemns them but as Christian ethics present in them, which others can see and use to glorify God. This becomes possible when the believer opts for the Law of Spirit of his or her life in Christ Jesus and leans on the Holy Spirit. The deposit of Christ's righteousness-Christian ethics-in the believer manifests itself as right relationships with his or her fellow believers, other people around, and figures of authority.
The book presents Paul's answer to helping those who struggle with morality or with the Law for salvation and also to helping those who struggle with the Law for pleasing God as believers. The reader is advised to keep the text of Romans open for accompanying study.