Paul specifically insists that "If you will confess with your mouth that Jesus is the Eternal Lord and will believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved." This book is written in the hope that many who never really have heard the gospel according to Paul may now hear it from you and come to believe with genuine, saving faith.
“While multitudes have tried to provide a means for God to forgive them, Paul in Romans very clearly explains that there actually is only one way by which a person can be saved. It is the way which has been provided by God as a free gift on the basis of the finished work of the Messiah.” (source)
“As a result, we as resurrected saints are obligated to live, not a crucified life but rather an entirely different life, a resurrection kind of life.” (Romans 1:15–16)
“Many who really are believers are unaware of their three very real spiritual enemies, the world system, the flesh including their old sin nature, and the Devil. Indeed, some have even been taught that they do not even have a sin nature!” (source)
“The problem still is present in the church. Many hear that, as a prerequisite to receiving salvation, it is necessary for one to be baptized, to take the Lord’s supper, to join a certain church, to ‘commit yourself to Christ!’ (whatever that unBiblical expression means!), to ‘make Jesus your Lord and Master!’ or any number or other human prerequisites. They are told that, apart from presenting this prerequisite to salvation, one actually is not saved even though he or she has accepted the work which God’s perfect substitute, the Messiah, has accomplished.” (source)
“From that moment when he believes, the believer has been provided with a righteousness which enables him to appear in the presence of God without instant judgment and expulsion.” (source)