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I love the point you make about monitoring both the linguistic and the theological sense, especially this: "That is why we need systematic theology in addition to exegetical and biblical theology, to sort out and clarify distinctions like this." Systematic theology, thus responsibly applied, keeps word-studies from being mere "wranglings about words."

Dr. Sam Waldron

Lee, thanks for your irenic and interesting response to my blogs. I think you have rightly said that we are in substantial theological agreement and disagree only over the exegesis of Romans 2:13 and perhaps Murray's relation to that exegesis. I apologize that I have only now emerged enough from the summer distractions to finish reading your blogs. I will be responding on our blog, Illumination, soon.


Okay, no problem. I look forward to reading your response.

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