The implication of OU ... ALLA in ROm 6:14
moon at saint.soongsil.ac.kr
Sun Jan 28 20:09:07 EST 2001
Thanks for responding to my post.
my question can be answered without taking position on the addresses of
Incidentally, for my experimental re-reading of Romans, I tentatively
assume that Romans was written primarily for Gentiles and deals with
the issues they had in Jewish environment. But that is not an issue here.
Sogang Univ, Seoul, Korea
> HH: The first problem with this view is that Paul wrote to a church that
> consisted of Jews and Gentiles. He also addresses the Jews in chapter 2,
> for instance. So why should he be addressing only the Gentiles in chapter
> 6, and what signal is there that he is doing so?
> Harold Holmyard
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