Christ the End of the Law

Christ the End of the Law

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In this close textual analysis Badenas uses the term 'telos' as his starting point to delve into a closer examination of the Greek-speaking ancient world. The study divides into three key sections: a history of exegesis, a lexical study of telos, and an exegetical study of Rom 10:4. This final part enables an in-depth analysis of the place and role of Rom 10:4 within Romans 9:11, and, in turn, of Romans 9:11 within Paul's argument more generally. In so doing, Badenas is able to offer a more informed judgement of the use of the statement 'Christ is the end of the law, ' contributing insightfully to an abundance of material which proclaims the statement without acknowledgement of its greater context.M. Zerwick has called the attention of scholarship not only to the difficulty but also to the arbitrariness of these distinctions and has proposed being cautious in unnecessarily narrowing the interpretations of what he calls the general genitive ( Biblical Greek Illustrated by Examples [tr. ... W.R. Schoedel, a€œPauline Thought: Some Basic Issuesa#39;, in Transitions in Biblical Scholarship (Essays in Divinity, 6, ed.


Title:Christ the End of the Law
Author: Robert Badenas
Publisher:Bloomsbury Publishing - 1987-03-01
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