Amen. Preach on.So, perhaps we should look at this New Testament wrath of God closer as described by Paul in (Rom. 1:18-2:29)
Paul had just declared in (Rom. 1:16-17) that the Gospel is the power of God resulting in salvation to those that believe, and that in it, that salvation, the righteousness of God is revealed. Or in other words, salvation is always the righteousness of God revealed. Not our righteousness.
And Paul wants to talk about this righteousness of God now revealed in the Gospel. But he hesitates, changes course, and for a brief time he will talk first about the wrath of God as it is now revealed. (Rom. 1:18) He will finish with the wrath of God in (Rom. 2:29), talk briefly about the condition or advantage of the Jew in (Rom. 3:1-20), and then in (Rom. 3:21) he picks up exactly where he left off in (Rom. 1:18) describing the righteousness of God revealed.
So, concerning the wrath of God revealed, Paul says, (Rom. 1:18), "For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;" At first glance it is usually perceived that this is saying God's wrath is against the ungodliness and unrighteousness of men. But it adds, "men who hold the truth in unrighteousness". The term 'hold' here speaks to suppression. Men who suppress the truth.
So, God's wrath is not just against all wickedness of men. It is against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men who have the truth and suppress the truth.