Romans 9:14-33

Series: Habakkuk 2:4 Series - Romans

January 14, 2019
Jeff Harrington

What is the real context of Romans 9? Is Paul making a defense of election or something else? Is it possible we don't see the forest for the trees when it comes to Romans 9? Romans 9 is actually a continued defense of grace over works. We tend to make it about election as we argue over what it means that God hated Esau, what it means that God hardened Pharaoh's heart and what it means that God made some pottery for noble use and some for common use. In Romans 9:14-33, Paul addresses the objections of those who basically argue God's choices should be based upon merit.

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