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The Translation of Romans 8:3
J. F. Bayes
ExpT III. 1999. 1612.
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The Line of Thought in Romans 7,15-20
Jan Lambrecht
BSW. pp. 393-98. vol. 85. 2004. 761.
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Romans 11:11-15: A Suggestion
Dale C. Allison
Perspectives in Religous Studies. pp. 23-30. vol. 12. 1985. 1384.
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The Law and the Co-existence of Jews and Gentiles in Romans
Robert Jewett
Interpretation. pp. 341-356. vol. XXXIX. 1985. 1647.
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Christ the End of the Law
George Howard
JBL. pp. 331-37. vol. 88. 1969. 1971.
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Biblical Quotations as Rhetorical Devices in Paul's Letter to the Galatians
Christopher D Stanley
Society of Biblical Literature 1998 Seminar Papers. 1998. 1350.
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The Reading of the Personal Letter as the Background for the Reading of the Scriptures in the Early Church
C. E. Cox
The Early Church in Its Context. A. J. Malherbe (Eds.). vol. 90. 1998. 1312.
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Romans 16 and the Tentmakers

Irish Biblical Studies. pp. 97-113. vol. 20. 1998.
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Romans and the People of God
S. Sonderlund
S. Sonderlund;N.T. Wright (Eds.). 1999. 1595.
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For I Am Not Ashamed of the Gospel: Romans 1:16-17 and Habakkuk 2:4
Rikki Watts
Romans and the People of God: Essays in Honor of Gordon D. Fee on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday. Sven K. Soderlund;N. T. Wright (Eds.). pp. 01/03/26. 1999. 1341.
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Asceticism and the New Testament
Leif E. Vaage
Leif E. Vaage;Vincent L. Wimbush (Eds.). 1999. 1977.
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