Romans: Interpretation of Verses 21-31
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In this article, the writer maintains that Paul's Epistle to the Romans must be understood from the historical context of the verse in order to understand the scope of Paul's message. This is because at this time in history the world had known that the Jews were God's chosen people and that being a Gentile did not suggest a special consideration of God in the traditional sense. The writer presents a historical background and interpretation of verses 21-31 of Paul's Epistle to the Romans.
From the Paper:"Yet, Paul's point in making his statements allows for the first time for all people to consider that conversion to Christianity does not stop the covenant that God had with His chosen people, because each person has emerged from the Jewish faith at that point in time. Furthermore, God has recognized, as Paul stipulates, that a personal relationship with God in regard to Gentiles has been confused and it is Paul's desire to clarify that relationship through his Epistle."
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