Tag Archives: Judgment

Times and Seasons

I am reluctant to add to an area of study that is full of errors, false prophets and wild flights of fancy, but the theme of this post has been on my mind for some time and I feel burdened … Continue reading

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Gospel 7 –Jewish objections to the Gospel and the conclusion

In the early part of his letter to Romans, the Apostle Paul presents humanity’s position, as we are by nature, with regards to God’s Judicial approval and establishes that God will use different principles of Judgment for Gentiles or non-Jews … Continue reading

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Gospel 6 – Judgment – Jews and Gentiles – Jews

The Apostle Paul had a legal frame of mind. Like a lawyer, he presents in his letter to the Romans, his case concerning the righteousness of God in the gospel. He tends to make a general statement and then gives … Continue reading

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Gospel 5 Judgment – Jews and Gentiles 1 – Gentiles

God is angry with humanity for suppressing the truth about God, changing the image of God for lies and half-truths, and for refusing to honour God, preferring to serve and honour created things instead of the Creator Himself. In proportion … Continue reading

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Gospel 4 – Judgment

Gospel – 4 – Judgment The Apostle Paul has declared what God has announced to be judicially approved of – Namely that those who perform improper and unfitting behavior as a regular practice                         Are weighed and balanced and … Continue reading

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Gospel 3 – Handed over to passions and desires – Romans 1 v 15 – 23

In Romans 1 the Apostle introduced his theme of the gospel – the good news of judicial approval from God, received by God given persuasion, that in turn leads to trusting obedience. Why do we need God’s judicial approval? Because … Continue reading

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