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Ruminating Romans: Dikaiosynê Theou

I am under obligation to barbarians as well as to Greeks, you see; both to the wise and to the foolish. That’s why I’m eager to announce the good news to you, too, in Rome. I’m not ashamed of the … Continue reading

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Ruminating Romans: Proclaiming the Gospel

I am under obligation to barbarians as well as to Greeks, you see; both to the wise and to the foolish. That’s why I’m eager to announce the good news to you, too, in Rome. I’m not ashamed of the … Continue reading

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Ruminating Romans: Messiah and Son

Paul, a slave of King Jesus, called to be an apostle, set apart for God’s good news, which he promised beforehand through his prophets in the sacred writings—the good news about his son, who was descended from David’s seed in … Continue reading

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Ruminating Romans: Why Did St Paul Write his Epistle?

Commentators really do not know. Numerous theories have been advanced over the centuries to explain why the Apostle decided to write to an ecclesial community he had never visited before, but commentators still disagree. Proposals range from Paul composing a … Continue reading

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