Romans 8:18-30: Suffering Does Not Thwart the Future Glory

In this study, the author examines the literary surface and the dynamics of Paul's reasoning in Romans 8:18-30 and demonstrates that there is a compact and coherent argument in the passage. According to Gieniusz, Paul's purpose in Romans 8:18-30 is to prove the certainty of glory to be revealed to believers in the time of reconciliation which began with the Christ-event, notwithstanding any suffering they and the world continue to endure.