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Does Paul allude to the context of Psalm 19:4 in Romans 10:18?
In Romans 10:17, Paul says that hearing comes through the word of Christ. Then in verse 18, he quotes the Psalmist in response to the question, "But I ask, have they [the Israelites] not heard?" ...
Mar 7 '12 at 20:07
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