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1 books of Grant Osborne, Mark Seifrid, Shephen Chester, Terry L. Wilder Chad Brand

“For I do not understand what I am doing, because I do not practice what I want to do, but I do what I hate.­” —Romans 7:­15, HCSBPerspectives on Our Struggle with Sin presents in point-­counterpoint form three differing views of a Christian’s relationship with the law, flesh, and spirit as illustrated through Paul’s often-­debated words in Romans 7.­Stephen Chester (North Park Theological Seminary) writes “The Retrospective View of Romans 7: Paul’s Past in Present Perspective,­” suggesting the apostle’s description of his struggle speaks more to his pre-­Christian self.­Grant Osborne (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) offers “The Flesh Without the Spirit: Romans 7 and Christian Experience,­” perceiving Romans 7 as an accurate representation of what believers go through even after their conversion.­Mark Seifrid (The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary), in “The Voice of the Law, the Cry of Lament, and the Shout of Thanksgiving,­” asserts that Paul is not speaking of his past or his . . .

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