Scot McKnight’s Reading Romans Backwards, The Dialogue, Part Four

The Bible and Culture | 10/17/2019 | Staff
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BEN: One of the really odd things about the greetings in Rom. 16 is the second person exhortations for one group of Christians in Rome to greet with every show of affection another group of individuals Paul mentions by name. This is not a normal way of doing greetings even in Paul’s creative letters. It seems to me that this shows: 1) the Christians are not all meeting together, and 2) the Jewish Christian minority like Priscilla and Aquila are being singled out to be welcomed and embraced. In...
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