The author handles his matter in the same manner as Hutcheson and Dickson, and he is of their class—a grand, gracious, savory divine. With no writer do we more fully agree. Pattison, R. It is a model for a class-book, plain and yet profound. The author seems to have read all, in every language, that has been written upon the Epistle. It s also a work of independent criticism, and casts much new light upon many passages. Ellicott considered them to be superior to anything in England up to that time.
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Some of his works were turned into English; but the translations, like the originals, are now left in undeserved oblivion. But what the cause is I cannot tell, unless it be for advancing the Gospel as the thing whereby we are made righteous. Brown, Charles — St. Brown was a minister in the Free Church of Scotland. Moule, H. Moule was an evangelical Anglican.
The preacher aimed to edify the many, rather than to write a critical work for the few, and he has succeeded. Baskerville, Charles G. Bruce, F. Candlish was the son of the great Disruption leader, R. Until his appointment the Glasgow College had been a stronghold of conservativism but, along with A. Bruce, Candlish turned it into a center for the emerging liberal thought within the FC [which lasted until ].
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Like a proud Artist, God wants to show us off v. Paul Gibson retired as Principal, and a portrait of him was unveiled. In expressing his thanks, he paid a well-deserved compliment to the artist.
We often hate aspects of who we are, but we need to trust that God is shaping and molding us. The Greek here is in the subjunctive mood, showing the possibility of these not coming to fruition. We cannot sit back passively and expect God to perform these good works. Why not? Because their acts were beyond your control, and it is unfair to punish people for what they cannot control.
This widely accepted principle of justice would be violated by punishing babies for original sin. What would happen in a church if they began slipping back into works-based righteousness? What have you observed in groups like this?
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Verse 10 is also a part of our identity when we meet Christ. How would it affect our Christian life if we never understood that God had a plan for us after meeting Christ? Paul now shifts his focus to show the corporate dimension of our new identity. The first half of chapter 2 refers to our peace with God. The second half of chapter 2 refers to our peace with one another. Historically, Jews and Gentiles were hostile toward one another. But because of the work of the Cross, we are not sociologically and racially unified through our corporate identity in Christ.
This was not the primary purpose of the Cross which indeed was substitutionary atonement , but the corporate dimension is an overflowing and highly important application of the Cross. This could also refer to the legal covenant of having the laws of Israel.
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The original reference related to distance from Jerusalem. Without him, our preaching and teaching would be useless cf. Gentiles were excluded from the Temple. Of course, in AD 70, this dividing wall was physically destroyed by the Romans. Here Paul argues that the death and resurrection of Jesus spiritually destroyed this barrier in AD Because of Jesus, we are released from the power of the law cf.
The focus here is between social groups—the Jews and Gentiles. Such a thought is fundamentally inconsistent with my new identity in Christ. How did Jesus preach to all of these people? Instead, Jesus preaches to the world through the Holy Spirit and his Body i.
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