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Christ is God Over All : Romans 9:5 in the context of Romans 9-11

Christ is God Over All : Romans 9:5 in the context of Romans 9-11
In this book, George Carrawy proposes that in the Christological passages in Romans 9-11, Paul speaks of Christ in a manner that suggests the correct reading of 9:5b is that he asserted that Christ is God over all; that is, he is the God of Israel. It is also argued that Paul understood that the confession that Christ is God over all is the fundamental confession that must be made by Israel for salvation.
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Publisher: Bloomsbury
Author: George Carraway
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This book is written against the background of Christological scholarly thought since the publication of Kyrios Christos by Bousset. Caraway argues that the syntax of Romans 9:5 suggests that Paul meant to refer to Jesus as God, and that his statement is not out of place at the beginning of Romans 9-11. He addresses objections to this conclusion, responding to those who claim that a monotheist such as Paul would not refer to Jesus as God, and to those who point out that Paul does not elsewhere identify Jesus as God. The Library of New Testament Studies (489) is a series that offers cutting-edge work for a readership of scholars, teachers in the field of New Testament studies, postgraduate students and advanced undergraduates.
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