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THE OBEDIENCE OF FAITH IN THE LETTER TO THE ROMANS Part III : The Obedience of Christ and the Obedience of the

@inproceedings{Garlington2005THEOO,
  title={THE OBEDIENCE OF FAITH IN THE LETTER TO THE ROMANS Part III : The Obedience of Christ and the Obedience of the},
  author={Christian D. B. Garlington},
  year={2005}
}
(2) The Reign of Death from Adam to Moses. Having stated his thesis that universal sin and death are the effect of one man's disobedience, Paul, in vv. 13-14, seems compelled to defend what he has written. These verses commence the "B" section of our passage. Very noticeable, remarks Dunn, is the speed with which Paul's thought reverts to the law—a further indication that it was the chief point of tension between Paul the Christian and the traditional emphases of Judaism. In particular, v. 12… 
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