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Letters of St. Paul - Romans 6-11
Father Kenneth Baker, S. J.
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  Romans 6-11: In these chapters St. Paul explains the meaning of Baptism and sanctifying grace, and the contrast between sin and death and the grace and life of Christ. Next, he explains man’s tendency to sin and evil, which persists after Baptism and is called “concupiscence.” Chapters 9-11 deal with the place of Jews and Gentiles in god’s plan. The conversion of the Jews will be a sign that the end of the world is near. Taken from a series of sermons given by Father Kenneth Baker on the Letters of Saint Paul the Apostle: Sermon 8 of 17



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