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NOTES_SECTION_SIX - 1 NOTES SECTION SIX: Slides 5-7: A...

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NOTES SECTION SIX: Slides 5-7: A typical Pauline transition. Paul likes the Greek word commonly translated as ‘then’ or ‘therefore.’ It moves from what he has just presented to building a contrast” “What advantage THEN has the Jew . . . ? Slides 8-9: Paul keeps building up the argument, making nearly outrageous statements followed by his famous, “May it never be!” Slides 10-11: The remainer of chapter 3 focuses on unrighteousness (or sin) and righteousness. Slides 12-14: Humanity, Paul says, both Jews and Gentiles, share a common sin predicament. Sin is everywhere. From false religions to infiltrating our every day life—all of humanity shares the same predicament. Slides 15-17: After Paul has painted the predicament he shows the solution to the problem. Slides 18-19: The Greek words used for BUT NOW are very strong. It indicates a sharp contrast. Slide 20: Faith in Jesus Christ has replaced the revelatory function of the Law. Slides 21-22: This is a difficult verse to translate. The problem is the Greek grammar. The word either translated as faith or faithfulness causes some difficulty. The problem is that both translations are accurate grammatically. A subjective genitive generates the verbal idea
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