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A Question about Calvinism

Discussion in 'Calvinist DIR' started by Mestemia, Jul 25, 2005.

  1. Mestemia

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    If Romans 5:15 and 19 are taken in the context of the repeated all's, of Romans 5:1-18, and the many being made righteous, refers only to the "elect" and not "all" men, then did one man's disobedience make sinners of only the many "elect" and not make sinners of all men?
     
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    This thread is so 8-9 years ago but I would still like to reply to the question raised by the TS. The disobedience of one man (an obvious reference to Adam) made all men sinners. The Bible clarifies this in the 3rd chapter of the same Pauline epistle. "Since all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God." (Romans 3:23 NRSV)
     
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