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Bill Baldwin

It really is a pity the authors chose not to offer exegetical guidance. I suspect they wouldn't agree with your (our) interpretations of the verses you cite. But I'm not at all clear what they believe those verses mean.

E.g. I suspect they have a much different take on "Is the law then contrary to the promises of God? Certainly not!" I wonder if they take that to mean that the *principle* of law is not contrary to the principle of promise as a means of receiving the inheritance. From our perspective that interpretation makes utter hash of Galatians 3 and Romans 4. But maybe from their perspective it doesn't. I wish they'd tell us.

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