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Commentaries for Romans Chapter 10

The apostle's earnest desire for the salvation of the Jews.

The Jews built on a false foundation, and refused to come to Christ for free salvation by faith, and numbers in every age do the same in various ways...
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The difference between the righteousness of the law, and the righteousness of faith.

The self-condemned sinner need not perplex himself how this righteousness may be found...
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The Gentiles stand on a level with the Jews, in justification and salvation.

There is not one God to the Jews, more kind, and another to the Gentiles, who is less kind; the Lord is a Father to all men...
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The Jews might know this from Old Testament prophecies.

Did not the Jews know that the Gentiles were to be called in? They might have known it from Moses and Isaiah...
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