Inescapable Conclusions

A Look At A Method of Logic Used In The New Testament

Passage Source One Source Two Source Three Source Four Conclusion Comments
             
Romans 11:1-5 I Kings 19:10,18 ( In Elijah's day, out of all Israel God only counted 7,000 (a remnant) as his people. )     The saving of a remnant does not constitute abandoning his people. Other examples not cited here include Joshua and Caleb being a remnant and theose who returned from exile being a remnant.
Romans 10:16-21 Isaiah 53:1 Psalm 19:4 Deuteronomy 32:21 Isaiah 65:1,2 OT taught that many Israelites would not accept the Gospel and that many Gentiles would accept it.  
Romans 9:22-29 Hosea 2:23 Hosea 1:10 Isaiah 10:22,23 Isaiah 1:9 OT taught that only a small part of Israel would be saved and that some Gentiles would also be saved.  
Romans 9:14-18 Exodus 33:19 Exodus 9:16     The OT taught that God chooses who he wishes to bless  
Romans 9:7-13 Genesis 21:12 The conceiving of Ishmael was natural but the conceiving of Isaac supernatural. Genesis 28:10 Genesis 25:23 Ishmael and Esau prove that not all of Abraham's descendants are heirs of the promise  
Romans 4:3,9-12 Genesis 15:6 (Genesis 17)     Since Abram was uncircumcised in Genesis 15:6, he is the father of all who believe whether circumcised or not. Genesis 17 is the account of God giving the command of circumcision.
Romans 4:13-18 Genesis 17:6 Genesis 15:6     Since Abram's belief was prior to the giving of the Law, the blessings of Abraham's heirs are seperate from the Law.