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God’s Kindness Leads to Repentance

Let’s be honest. This is not what we expect.

In Romans 2:4, Paul makes a surprising statement. He has just elaborated on how the Gentiles (unbelievers in his day) are deserving of condemnation in view of God’s justice. Then he turns to those who assumed they were in God’s good graces because of their perceived good behavior in comparison to the pagans. In verse 1, he sends a shot over the bow to wake up the moralist group in the church (then, converted Jews), saying, “You, therefore, have no excuse, you who pass judgment on someone else, for…

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Dr. McKay Caston

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