The Implied Objection: If justification were really by faith in
Jesus Christ, the Jews, God's chosen people, would have believed
- Not every Jew is a part of the chosen people. (9:6-29)
- The Jews rejected Christ because they are trying without
success to be justified by works, they are ignorant of God's
righteousness, and they are a disobedient and contrary
- Some Jews, including me, have accepted Christ. (11:1-10)
- The Jews still can come to Christ, and probably will. (11:11-
- On what does salvation not depend? On what does it depend?
- Why did Israel not succeed in fulfilling the law of Moses?
- What is Christ's relationship to the law? Why?
- What must a person confess and believe in order to be saved?
- What steps does Paul list that precede calling on the name of
- Where does faith come from?
- Can a person be saved by grace and works at the same time?
- Why were Jewish branches broken off? What was put in their
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