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Romans 5:12-21
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... by one man. There is no warrant in the New Testament for the heretical notion that “Adam” is simply a generic term representing the human race. He...
Romans 1:20
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... from the creation. That is, from the very time of creation, men should have seen the evidence of God's existence and His work in the marvelous universe...
Genesis 1:2
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... the earth. In an attempt to accommodate the supposed evolutionary geological ages in Genesis, certain theologians postulated a long gap in time...
Romans 8:20-22
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... vanity. “Vanity” is equivalent to “futility.” Because of sin, the creation was made to operate under a law which specifies a universal process of decay...
Romans 1:16
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... to the Jew first. Paul's custom, as he entered a new city, was always to go first to the local Jewish synagogue to preach the gospel. However, the Jews...
Romans 12:1-2
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... is, in view of all the great doctrinal truths expounded in Romans 1–11, we should live as described in Romans 12–16. As is...
Romans 1
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... 1:2. 1:2 he had promised afore. Paul began his treatise by stressing that the gospel was not some new religion, but was the prophetic fulfillment of...
Romans 12:1
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... is, in view of all the great doctrinal truths expounded in Romans 1–11, we should live as described in Romans 12–16. As is...
Hebrews 1:2
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... heir of all things. See note on Romans 8:17; also see Psalm 2:8. Hebrews 1:2 . 1:2 made the worlds. The Son is the Creator of all things (John...
Titus 1:2 - The Institute for Creation Research
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... before the world. “World” here is aionios, from which we derive aeons; “began ” is inferred, though the word is not in the original manuscript. The concept...
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