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Harmonizing Romans 2:13 and Romans 3:20

Paul’s writings are filled with seemingly internal contradictions, and there is nothing more disturbing and distracting that his "contradiction" written in the book of Romans. Romans 2:13 (NASB) - "for it is not the hearers of the Law who are just before God, but the doers of the Law will be justified." Romans 3:20 (NASB) - "because by the works of the Law no flesh will be justified in His sight; for through the Law comes the knowledge of sin." In the midst of criticizing the Jews for their hypocrisy (knowing things yet not doing what was demanded), Paul testifies that it is not those who hear the law who are righteous in God’s sight but those who obey the law (Rom. 2:13). Paul, however,

10 Rules For Success

Stop doing the wrong things. Do not do the things that you know that makes you weak and stupid. All of us know what things we are doing wrong, there is no deliberation needed. Make a schedule. Set up the best day, practically speaking. Have a day that makes you better at the end of it. Schedule responsibility with balanced reward. Clarify your thoughts. Write down your thoughts. Tell others. Make videos or record memos. Articulate a path through what disturbs you. Take the meaningful road. Speak the truth and seek the truth. Face the things you are afraid of and plot a course to overcome them. Ask, "What would I be like if I worked out myself, spoke my being forward?" Stop wasting time and s

The Marriage Union

There is a tradition among Catholics and an increasing trend among Evangelicals and Restorationists in American society to display a photograph where there are both a groom and bride, in white, raising together a unity candle in their hands over their heads. The core values that are demonstrated by these persons and the marriage event are unity, loyalty, and spirituality (particularly of the Christian faith). Monogamous marriage has been a robust societal representation of perfection, particularity and specifically the union and loyalty between a male and female. The unity candle of the bride and groom pictured represents that there is an undifferentiated perfection split into two, male and

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