Sunday, January 18, 2015

480. Condemnation to All Vs. Justification to All

We continue looking further into the sin and death that came through Adam, compared to righteousness and life that came through Jesus. In the book of Romans, Paul explained through the first several chapters, how the people of Israel were also considered sinners, not just the Gentiles. They fell short because Adam's one transgression came to "all men." On the other hand, the one righteous act of Jesus brought justification to all men. In the context of many chapters, "all men" is referring to both Jews and Gentiles. Through Christ's obedience, "many" are made righteous: those who receive the abundance of grace.

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