A Dispensational Synopsis of the New Testament by Charles F Baker PDF

By Charles F Baker

During this major paintings of two hundred plus pages, each New testomony e-book is taken into account. An emphasis on each one book's specific dispensational gains is obviously, consisely recommend.

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Therefore David must have approached God upon the principle of faith and not upon the principle of the works of the Law. Israel as a nation did not emulate David in this matter, according to 9:31, 32. 31 In Paul's thinking Abraham became the father of two groups: of the uncircumcision, for he was justified as an uncircumcised Gentile; and of the circumcision, for he later received the covenant of circumcision (Genesis 17). This fact explains Paul's terminology in Galatians 2:7, "the gospel of the uncircumcision," which was committed to him, and "the gospel of the circumcision," which was committed to Peter.

Alienation came by Adam; reconciliation came by Jesus Christ. In verses 12-14 Paul explains that although sin is not imputed where there is no law, nevertheless death reigned from Adam to Moses. He thus proves Adam' s sin had been imputed to all of his descendants, even though they had not sinned after the similitude of Adam's transgression. Chapter 6, as we have already pointed out, proves we are not under the Law in this dispensation. The remainder of the chapter shows how the believer today is identified with Jesus Christ in His death, burial, and resurrection.

This construction is an expression of some simple and obvious relation between the things signified by the two substantives; and thus the substantive in the genitive comes variously to signify a possessor, origin, cause, matter, object, etc. (The Analytical Greek Lexicon, London, Samuel Baxter and Sons, p. xiv). It would thus appear from Paul' s use of the genitive that he intended to convey the idea there was a gospel belonging to the circumcision and a gospel belonging to the uncircumcision. This in itself does not prove a difference in these two messages, but neither does it prove identity.

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