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The One God is accessed by one way for all people--faith--which nullifies all boasting.
We are justified by receiving God's righteousness through faith, on the basis of Christ's sacrifice, which vindicates God's prior patience.
The Jews under the law are still condemned by it. Why? Because the law serves to make sin known.
The Scripture condemns all, Jew and Gentile alike, of sin.
The Jews had great spiritual privilege. By their sin, God righteousness is magnified--but this provides no excuse for sin.
Being a "true Jew" is not a matter of physical circumcision and the letter, but of spiritual circumcision and the Spirit.
Jewish pride and hypocrisy shows how they are under the same condemnation as Gentiles.
With or without the Law, we are accountable to God--our conscience being witness. God will judge even the secrets of all.
Regardless of ethnic, cultural, or spiritual heritage, everyone will receive impartial and just recompense for their individual lives.
The hypocrite is without excuse and storing up wrath for themselves on judgment day.
God's executes his wrath on idolatry by handing people over to their sinful desires.
God has plainly revealed himself in creation. So, idolaters willfully suppress the truth, become futile in mind, and exchange God's glory.
God's wrath hands them over to the embrace of every vice--leading to not just committing, but celebrating sin.
The Gospel of the Son revealed through his apostles for the obedience of the nations.
Paul has a missionary burden which grounds his longing and desire to minister to the Roman church and preach the gospel to Jews and Gentiles
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Righteousness Revealed in the Gospel
The gospel is for all (Jews and Greeks) because in it righteousness (which we need) is revealed by faith (not works of the law).
Published October 29th, 2020
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