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* [] : or “commonwealth”; cf. . : cf. : with Abraham, with Moses, with David.

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Kurtz acts as a symbol throughout the first two sections of the book

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* [] Our relation through baptism , the risen Lord, is depicted in terms of realized eschatology, as already exaltation, though brings in the future aspect too.

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* [–] The gospel of () that God () is reiterated in terms of what God’s (), expressed in Christ, means for us. The passage sometimes addresses , Gentiles (–, , –, , ), but other times speaks of who believe (–, , , ). In urging people to their grim past when they were in sins (–, –) and what they are (–, ), the author sees both Jew and Gentile reconciled with God, now , a new humanity, , , and of God’s Spirit (–, –). The presentation falls into two parts, the second stressing more the meaning for the church.


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* [–] The elaborate imagery here combines pictures of Christ as (), his crucifixion, the ending of the Mosaic law (cf. ), reconciliation (–), and the destruction of such as kept people from God in the temple or a barrier in the heavens.

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