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- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition
View Wesley's Notes for Romans 3:1
3:1 What then, may some say, is the advantage of the Jew, or of the circumcision - That is, those that are circumcised, above the gentiles?
View People's Bible Notes for Romans 3:1
Ro 3:1 The Condemnation of Israel SUMMARY OF ROMANS 3: The Special Privileges of Israel. The Special Claim of the Jew. God's Faithfulness Shown in Keeping His Covenant with the. Children of Faith. No Difference Between Jew and Gentile. By the Law No Flesh Justified. Justification to the Believer in Christ. What advantage then hath the Jew? In the second chapter Paul has shown that the Jews as well as the Gentiles are included under sin, and that the possession of the law and the rite of circumcision were of no avail unless the law was kept faithfully. In this chapter the Jew is supposed to object to this conclusion; his objections are presented, and answered. The first is, "What advantage is it then to the Jew to have the law and the rite of circumcision at all, if all, both Jew and Gentile, will be judged on the same principles in the judgment day"? Ro 3:2 gives the answer.
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