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“It relates to the preceding phrase ‘by the grace of God’ in 2:9 [WBC].” (Page 62)
“It refers to persons who have accepted Christian beliefs but have no personal experience with Christ” (Page 385)
“now faith is.… It implies that faith is a present and continuing reality” (Page 412)
“God’s speaking through the prophets is contrasted with his speaking through Christ in the following verse” (Page 12)
“They express a reason [Mil, NIC, WBC]: because we have been sprinkled and washed” (Page 376)
This series offers endless exegetical assistance…summarizing the major exegetical issues in interpretation… [It includes] comprehensive analysis of the raw data of the text.