Seifrid wants to regard Romans 10 as providing an interpretive key to the gospel Paul proclaimed. He further wants to make use of this chapter in Romans to assess the vision of N. T. Wright on justification. He offers exegetical remarks on Romans 10:1-21, which he then uses to make critical remarks about what he understands Wright is teaching about justification.
Faithfulness is a call that is needed to be heard by the church today. This article argues that the times we live in and the nature of the Christian life call for faithfulness. It also looks at the difficulties of being faithful and how to deal with them.
The author's concern in this article is having a good understanding of truth and the nature of truth. He reminds his readers that a biblical concept of truth is a complex of faithfulness, firmness, reliability, honesty, integrity and consistency. In the process, he gives a defence of a biblical understanding of truth against the attacks of Friedrich Nietzsche.
In this article about the permanence of marriage, the focus is on the life-long bond of marriage and on faithfulness. Marriage as a covenant is discussed: The special bond between Christ and his church is given as an example, as well as the covenant with Israel. The author also talks about grounds for divorce. 1 Corinthians 7:10-16 is discussed.