By Charles F Baker
During this major paintings of two hundred plus pages, each New testomony booklet is taken into account. An emphasis on every one book's precise dispensational positive factors is obviously, consisely recommend.
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Every one who was a descendant of Judah, or who adopted the Jew's religion, was known as a Jew. However, in 2:29 Paul narrows his definition of a Jew to one who is such inwardly, and then he asks, "What advantage then hath the Jew? " We might ask, what spiritual advantage does a child have who is reared in a godly Christian home by godly parents over one who is born into a godless, heathen home with unsaved parents? This child has much the same advantage Jews of Paul 's day had over Gentiles. The Jews had the Word of God which was able to make them wise unto salvation.
He is mentioned by name nine times. This portion should be compared with Romans 4. Paul has just asked the Galatians whether they had 49 received the Spirit by or from Law-works or from faith-hearing, and whether they were so foolish, having begun in the Spirit, to suppose they could be made perfect by the flesh. ) He then brings in Abraham to illustrate his point. Some anti-dispensationalists claim we are Abraham's seed in the sense that we have taken Israel's place in the covenants. On the other hand, some dispensationalists disclaim any relationship whatsoever with Abraham.
On the other hand, some dispensationalists disclaim any relationship whatsoever with Abraham. I believe both of these positions are wrong. Paul simply states the proposition that anyone (in any dispensation) who is of faith is a son of Abraham (3:7). In Romans 4:11, 12, 16 Paul declares that Abraham is the "father" of us all (both the circumcision and the uncircumcision). This statement in no way contradicts the truth of the Mystery. The Mystery is not the fact we are justified by the hearing of faith.