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Friday, August 12, 2005 


I've finally figured out how to post downloads. In reality, this is what I've been wanting to do for a long time now: have a way to make things I have available for download to friends and strangers who may find value in this. So to that end, if you ever wanted to know more about Romans 2:4 and how Paul uses repentance in that text and its larger pericope, this could be a source for you. Or, if you knew I had done this, and wanted to check up on it, now its available as well.

Most of the downloads I upload will be made available at Thunder Speak simply to keep categories clean. This way I can host sermons, pictures, papers, and research there.

As for this paper, I apologize for the Greek text. Somewhere between my switching from Biblework's font and "Greek parse" used by Gramcord, and then converting it to a PDF file, I think I goofed. I appreciate your patience as I continue to work out bugs. Also, Appendices A, C, & D are not currently listed. I'll have to see if they are scannable, and perhaps they will be up in the future, Lord willing.

Soli Deo Gloria

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