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Creator Steinmetz, David
Date Accessioned 2018-02-01T17:40:43Z
Date Available 2018-02-01T17:40:43Z
Date Issued 1987
xmlui.metadata.dc.description.abstract Dr. Steinmetz is hear trying to map out Paul's difficult discussion of the Jews' election in light of Christ's redemptive activity. Paul concludes that the gifts and calling of God are irrevocable, and therefore Israel will be saved. However, Paul is keenly aware that not all Jews have professed faith in Christ. This seems to mark them as not-saved, but Paul looks to a future conversion of Israel and the restoration of unity. Dr. Steinmetz's map involves three streams: the Jews who have accepted Christ, the Gentiles who have been grafted onto this Jewish tree, and the Jews who have rejected Christ but ultimately rejoin the other streams upon some future conversion of Israel. en_US
Subject Romans en_US
Subject Jews en_US
Subject Paul en_US
Title Romans 9–11 en_US

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