The Epistle to the Romans (1933, Oxford university press, H. Milford) 5 stars

This volume provides a much-needed English translation of the sixth edition of what is considered …

In Jesus is to be found the frame of reference for the co-ordinates of eternal truth, by which, on the one hand, things mutually repel one another (men and men) are held together; and by which, on the other hand, things which normally are mutually attracted (God and men) are distinguished. In light of this Krisis God is known and honoured and loved.

...The vast distinction between God and man is their veritable union. Because time and eternity, the righteousness of men and the righteousness of God, here and there, are completely dissociated in Jesus they are also in Him comprehended and united — in God.

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