Is Christ Really The End of the Law? Drs. Jeffrey and Barri Cae Seif

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As you shall see, there are few Pauline statements more controversial and challenging than Romans 10:4, specifically the meaning of the word τέλοςtelos. 


The verse has traditionally been rendered, “For Christ is the end of the Law for righteousness to everyone who believes.” Some say, “For the goal at which the Torah aims is the Messiah.” Others prefer new beginning. Still others offer, “For Messiah is the end of the Torah, that everyone who has faith may be justified” or “Messiah is the culmination of the Torah so that there may be righteousness for everyone believes.” 


Is Christ Really The End of the Law? Drs. Jeffrey and Barri Cae Seif

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As you shall see, there are few Pauline statements more controversial and challenging than Romans 10:4, specifically the meaning of the word τέλος, telos. The verse has traditionally been rendered, “For Christ is the end of the Law for righteousness to everyone who believes.” Some say, “For the goal at which the Torah aims is the Messiah.” Others prefer new beginning. Still others offer, “For Messiah is the end of the Torah, that everyone who has faith may be justified” or “Messiah is the culmination of the Torah so that there may be righteousness for everyone believes.” Here, as the title indicates, we will consider what interpreters have been saying about this verse over many years and then offer our conclusion. 

"This is a real gem!" —Dr. Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., President Emeritus, Gordon-Conwell Theol. Seminary 

"A valuable study about how to read the passage."—Darrell L. Bock, Ph.D.; past president of the Evangelical Theological Society. 

"It is a great contribution."—DanielJuster, Th.D. President of TikkunGlobal and Founding President of the UMJC

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