In this paper I would like to accomplish two things. First, I will draw attention to wrath and peace in Romans, focusing on the three passages in which the terminology of wrath and peace occurs in close proximity: 2:5-10; 5:1-11; and 12:18-21. Second, I will comment on how Paul’s concept of the relationship between wrath and peace is worked out in the unfolding of the epistle.
Schmitt, Mary K., "Peace and Wrath in Paul's Epistle to the Romans" (2014). Faculty Publications - College of Christian Studies. 23.