Romans: Death and Resurrection

About Philip E Jenks

Philip, a synodical deacon in the ELCA Metropolitan New York synod, is a retired communicator for American Baptist Churches USA, the U.S. Conference for the World Council of Churches, the U.S. National Council of Churches, and two Philadelphia area daily newspapers. He and his spouse, the Rev. Dr. Martha M. Cruz, are the parents of six adults and are members of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rye Brook, N.Y. They live in Port Chester, N.Y.
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1 Response to Romans: Death and Resurrection

  1. anfearfaire says:

    There you go again, Mr. Jenks. After a review of over five dozen English translations of Romans 6:6, none use the wording you use. If you are going to paraphrase, reword, and rewrite Scripture, it is imperative that you indicate such. If you are going to “quote” Scripture, then stay faithful with the original texts.
    Verse 6 says nothing about resurrection…it speaks specifically that we should no longer be a slave to sin.
    You disregard the Biblical texts and reword and rewrite to suit your own interpretation and the “spin” you wish to impart.

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