Heidelcast: Sin, Salvation, & Service: The Threefold Truth Of Romans (12)

In this episode Dr Clark looks at Romans 3:21–24 and considers Paul’s response to the Judaizers about the nature of the law and the gospel. The Judaizers tried to cheat, as it were, by lowering the standard. Paul reminded them and us that the law must be fulfilled perfectly but our law keeping does not do the trick. In this episode Dr Clark also answers questions from Chris about John Nelson Darby, about the distinction between Christ’s active and passive obedience, and from a friend of friend about “whosoever will” and whether God may be said to have created humans for destruction. The opening audio comes from Mike and Pat Abendroth on the Pactum Podcast (on the streets of Jerusalem).

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