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Context Summary
Romans 3:9–20 contains a string of quotes from the Old Testament Scriptures. Paul uses these to demonstrate that both Jews and Greeks alike are under sin. After establishing that ”there is none who does good” from Psalm 14:1, Paul uses quotes from Psalms and Isaiah to show ways we have always used our bodies—throats, tongues, lips, feet, and eyes—to express our sinfulness. He concludes the section with his strongest statement, yet, that no human being will be justified in God’s sight by following the works of the law. The law can only show us our sin, not save us from it.


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“Romans 3:10”

What does Romans 3:10 mean? |


Romans 3:10

10 As it is written,

“There is no one righteous; no, not one.

Exodus 13 3a
Exodus 12 21
Exodus 12 13

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