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New Testament

Paul’s Letters

Why was there conflict among the Christians in Rome?

There was disagreement among some of the Christians in Rome. To some of the Jewish Christians, it did not make sense that just anybody could be a Christian. They thought that only those who had received the Mosaic Law—those who were born Jews—could be Christians, or at the very least, they believed people should convert to Judaism before becoming Christians.



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