This essay is the last of my three essays in my commentary on Romans 8. If you haven’t downloaded it yet for free, go to this link or click “shop now” at the bottom of the page: https://labornotinvain.com/shop/
Thanks to the Exodus, redemption and marriage are closely related (Ezekiel 16;
Hosea 2; Isaiah 25-27). In the book of Ephesians, Paul talks a lot about the redemption of
the body of Christ, the purchased possession. He speaks of the church growing up into
the image of Jesus, and, in chapter five, he talks about this transformation from the
standpoint of a wedding. It is this last point that will be the focus of this essay. Download the printable version or the mobile version below.
Romans 8: Commentary and Essays on the New Creation
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