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This post is the first in a series on chapters 9, 10, and 11 of the book of Romans. Each part is adapted from an essay I wrote from my personal study of this passage. If you would like to read ahead, contact me and I will send you a copy of the essay.

Difficult But Worth It

Romans 9 through 11 is one of the most profound passages in the Bible. Yet it can be one of the most bewildering, especially compared to chapters 1 through 8. At first glance, we can see the major themes: the sovereignty of God, election, Israel, the promise made to the patriarchs, Gentiles, mercy, and faith. Clearly, the correct interpretation of this passage has great impact on wide ranging topics. It affects the relationship between God’s sovereignty and human responsibility, the nature of the present age, and God’s plan for Israel and Gentiles. Which are all important to the interpretation of the rest of scripture.

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Romans 9, 10, and 11 – Part 1