How Do We Become Good?

Thursday, 03 May 2007

For some time theologians and commentators have debated the central theme of the Book of Romans. Is Paul primarily concerned with the big picture of redemptive history and how the appearance of Jesus at the critical moment in the story alters the way in which the people of God enter the covenant-through faith and not by works? Or is Paul primarily concerned about Jew-Gentile relations and how the Jewish people had unfortunately erected ethnic and cultural obstacles in the new churches, making it extremely difficult for Gentiles to embrace the very Jewish Jesus as their own Messiah ("covenantal ...

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