Does Romans 7 depict a Jew under the law or a believer struggling with sin?
In the second half of Romans 7, is the Apostle Paul describing his past as an unconverted Jew living under the law or his present struggle with sin as a believer? From one of our live events, Derek Thomas and Steven Lawson place this passage in context.
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