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Romans 3:20 Revision History

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34Sunday, 22-Nov-2009 15:45:29 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 32(this is) Bbecause, (it will) not[a] by the (be) from works of (the) law, (that) all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b,c] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to whom the law was given.
c Cf. Rom. 2:13: For it is not the hears of the law who are righteous before God, but the doers of the law who will be justified (ESV). So, it will be the doers of the law that are justified, yet not through their works?
33Sunday, 22-Nov-2009 15:44:51 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 32(this is) Bbecause, (it will) not[a] by the (be) from works of (the) law, (that) all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b,c] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to whom the law was given.
c Cf. Rom. 2:13: For it is not the hears of the law who are righteous before God, but the doers of the law who will be justified (ESV). So, it will be the doers of the law that will be justified, yet not through their works?
32Sunday, 22-Nov-2009 15:02:35 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 31(this is) Bbecause, (it will) not[a] by the (be) from works of (the) law, (that) all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b,c] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to whom the law was given.
c Cf. Rom. 2:13: For it is not the hears of the law who are righteous before God, but the doers of the law who will be justified (ESV).
31Sunday, 08-Nov-2009 11:19:13 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 30(this is) Bbecause, (it will) not[a] by the (be) from works of (the) law, (that) all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to whom the law was given.
30Sunday, 08-Nov-2009 11:07:19 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 29(this is) Bbecause, (it will) not[a] by the (be) from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to whom the law was given.
29Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 18:17:05 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 27(this is) Bbecause, it is not[a] by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means of knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want; what is wrong is wrong for all and both will be judged alike.
28Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 18:16:16 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 27(this is) Bbecause, it is not[a] by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means of knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want; both will be judged alike.
27Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 18:01:42 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 19(this is) Bbecause, it is not[a] by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means of knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want.
26Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:47:46 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 19(this is) Bbecause it is not[a] by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means of knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want.
25Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:44:58 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 19(this is) Bbecause it is not, that[a] by the from works of (the) law, will all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means of knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want.
24Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:44:35 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 19(this is) Bbecause it is not that[a] by the from works of (the) law, will all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι...οὐ.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means of knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want.
23Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:41:05 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 19(this is) Bbecause it is[a] not by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[b] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a Gk. διότι.
b If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means of knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want.
22Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:39:02 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 19(this is) Bbecause it is not by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[a] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means of knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want.
21Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:38:35 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 19(this is) Bbecause it is not by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[a] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means of knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want to.
20Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:38:03 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 19(this is) Bbecause it is not by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him.,[a] Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
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a If the law were a means for justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means for knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want to.
19Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:35:12 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revert to 17null(this is) Bbecause it is not by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law were a means for justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means for knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want to.
18Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:33:36 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 17(this is) Bbecause it is that not by the from works of (the) law, all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law were a means for justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means for knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want to.
17Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:31:30 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8(this is) Bbecause it is not by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law were a means for justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means for knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want to.
16Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:30:19 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8Bbecause it is not by the from works of (the) law, that all no flesh will be justified in his sight before him., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law were a means for justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means for knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want to.
15Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:26:22 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8Bbecause it is by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law were a means for justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means for knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin and do as much wrong as they want to.
14Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:26:15 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8Bbecause it is by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law were a means for justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means for knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin as much wrong as they want to.
13Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:25:09 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8Bbecause it is by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law were a means for justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means for knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on Jews (per 3:9) to go sin as much as they want to.
12Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:24:47 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8Bbecause it is by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law were a means for justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means for knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal. Therefore, Christians do not have a leg up on the Jews (per 3:9) to sin as much as they want to.
11Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:20:23 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8Bbecause it is by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law were a means for justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as means for knowing what is sin before God, its applicability is universal.
10Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:19:29 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8Bbecause it is by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law were a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as a guide for what is sin before God, its applicability is universal.
9Thursday, 08-Oct-2009 17:19:00 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8Bbecause it is by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.[a]
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a If the law was a means of justification, its applicability would be limited to those to whom the law was given. But as a guide for what is sin before God, its applicability is universal.
8Tuesday, 06-Oct-2009 12:29:12 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 7Bbecause it is by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
7Tuesday, 06-Oct-2009 11:59:46 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 6Bbecause it is by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
6Tuesday, 06-Oct-2009 11:30:58 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 2Bbecause it is so by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge recognition of sin.
5Tuesday, 06-Oct-2009 11:24:25 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 2Bbecause it is so by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., Ffor through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge acknowledgment of sin.
4Tuesday, 06-Oct-2009 11:23:39 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 2Because it is so by the works of the law, that not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., For for through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge acknowledgment of sin.
3Tuesday, 06-Oct-2009 11:23:21 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 2Because it is so that by the works of the law, not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., For for through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge acknowledgment of sin.
2Tuesday, 06-Oct-2009 11:22:05 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]NEWBecause by the works of the law, not will all flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., For for through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge acknowledgment of sin.
1Tuesday, 06-Oct-2009 11:21:45 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]NEWBecause by the works of the law, not will every flesh will be justified in his sight before him from works of (the) law., For for through (the) law comes the (is) knowledge acknowledgment of sin.