Romans 6

This is a literal translation of an ancient Greek text. It has also been cross-posted on VersorBooks.com. For more information on how to read this post and what everything means, see the relevant page.   1What therefore shall [we] say? Should [we] tarry with(persist in)dubitative independent subjunctive error,here and throughout, (sin) in order that grace […] Read more »

Romans 5

This is a literal translation of an ancient Greek text. It has also been cross-posted on VersorBooks.com. For more information on how to read this post and what everything means, see the relevant page.   1Therefore, having been justified [on a particular occasion] out of belief,a [we] havesome manuscripts: let us have peace before God […] Read more »

Romans 4

This is a literal translation of an ancient Greek text. It has also been cross-posted on VersorBooks.com. For more information on how to read this post and what everything means, see the relevant page.   1What therefore do [we] say that Abraham, our forefather according to flesh, has found?indirect statement using accusative + infinitive constructionsome […] Read more »

Romans 3

This is a literal translation of an ancient Greek text. It has also been cross-posted on VersorBooks.com. For more information on how to read this post and what everything means, see the relevant page.   1What therefore is the more [thing]i.e., the benefit of [being] Jewish, or what is the advantage of circumcision? 2Much according […] Read more »

Romans 2

This is a literal translation of an ancient Greek text. It has also been cross-posted on VersorBooks.com. For more information on how to read this post and what everything means, see the relevant page.   1Wherefore [thou] are (inexcusable / undefended), O every person who judges(who chooses, who condemns); lit. judging; for in what [thou] […] Read more »