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    Paidiske

    Re: israel god's forbidden place

    That's a lot of texts to look at in detail. I should be able to put together something of an answer on Friday; I'm not back at work until then, and that's

    Paidiske Today, 08:26 AM Go to last post
    tony e2

    Re: israel god's forbidden place

    Usually this debate is about, "on what basis does God elect people?" You seem to reject election altogether. I have no idea how you read verses

    tony e2 Today, 08:11 AM Go to last post
    Paidiske

    Re: israel god's forbidden place

    My point was that just because God chose Israel to be his people, does not mean God chooses to save some and damn others eternally. They're different

    Paidiske Today, 03:27 AM Go to last post
    tony e2

    Re: israel god's forbidden place

    "all" usually has a context, and I doubt Paul is supporting universalism.
    it's similar to Galatians 3:22, "But the Scripture imprisoned

    tony e2 Today, 02:30 AM Go to last post
    Paidiske

    Re: israel god's forbidden place

    But Paul is arguing there about Israel's status as the people of the covenant, which is a separate issue. But his argument reaches a climax in Romans

    Paidiske Today, 12:43 AM Go to last post