From: Michael Kennedy (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Feb 13 2001 - 15:58:03 EST
>Are the following verses "More Vivid Future Conditions"?
>Romans 5:15, 17
>To help me further, if some are and some are not,
>can you identify the type of conditional clauses for each verse?
>If I read these verses correctly, Paul is not
>setting conditions for salvation, rather he is stating
>the certainty or the fact of these sentences: "If A is true, then
>B is certainly true." I am not wanting a theological discussion,
>I am trying to clarify if my reading of these verses
>(conditional clauses) are correct.
>I have Machen's textbook and Mounce's textbook for reference; these
>clauses get a bit confussing!
>Are there any other resources one can offer to help me understand
>conditional clauses, such as a text that has already identified them in the
>NT and then offers discusion?
>Thanks for your help.
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