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Romans Chapter 3. First Objection . Question (3:1) – Do the Jews have any advantage? Answer (3:2) – Jews have God’s promises There are a lot of advantages of being a Jew; for instance… the Word of God and his promises

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First objection
First Objection

  • Question (3:1) – Do the Jews have any advantage?

  • Answer (3:2) – Jews have God’s promises

    • There are a lot of advantages of being a Jew; for instance… the Word of God and his promises

    • Sayings – Law of Moses, Scripture, Promises (Kingdom, Salvation, Messiah (Luke 1-2))


Second objection 3 3 4
Second Objection (3:3-4)

  • Question (3:3) – Does Jew’s unbelief nullify God Promise?

    • Does Jewish failure result in a broken promise or the lack of fulfillment of that promise

  • Answer (3:4) – No – God is always faithful

    • No; God can work in and through our mistakes and failures; Paul quotes Ps. 51:4


Third objection 3 5 8
Third Objection (3:5-8)

  • Question (3:5, 7-8a) – God should not condemn Jew or enhancing God’s glory

    • If God does great things when I mess up shouldn’t I mess up more so he can look better? And if he still does good things how can he judge them as wrong?

  • Answer (3:6, 8b) – Then God could not judge anyone

    • If God could not judge evil things that he turns to good than he could not judge anything or anyone because everyone is bad and everything turns to glorify him; some people were accusing Paul of teaching “cheap grace” or grace that was not earned but freely unconditionally given but Paul says that their slanderous words are not true.


T he charge for both jews and gentiles is that all are under sin 3 9
The Charge for both Jews and Gentiles is that all are under sin (3:9)

  • Although God has promised the Jews certain things, salvationally, they are no better off than anyone else; they too are sinners


The proof that all are under sin is from the ot scripture 3 10 18
The proof that all are under sin is from the OT Scripture (3:10-18)

  • The extent of man’s sin is unversal (3:10-12)

    • Every human being is sinful and that no one understand his depravity or seeks God; People can do exterior things that look good but it is still sin because it is not done out of fiath or with the intetion of giving God the glory; Paul is quoting Ps. 14:1-3, 53:1-3

  • The nature of man’s sin is depravity both in speech and deed (3:13-17)

    • Speech (3:13-14)

      • Every human being is wicked in their speech; our words can cause death as indicatied by death in a ghrave and venom as asps; Paul is quoting Ps. 5:9, Ps. 140:3, Ps. 10:7


The proof that all are under sin is from the ot scripture 3 10 181
The proof that all are under sin is from the OT Scripture (3:10-18)

  • Deeds (3:15-17)

    • Their deeds also cause death and misery and ruin; they don’t know how to bring about peace; Paul is quoting Prov. 1:16, 3:15-17, Isa 59:7-8

  • The source (reason of man’s sin is no fear of God(3:18)

    • Not honoring God is the cause of all this; a lack of belief that God will ultimately judge us in his life or the next leads people to do whatever they want or whatever they feel is right and not what God says is right; Paul is quoting Ps 36:1


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