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* 1. Are primary verbs important in understanding the meaning of the Romans 1:23-27 passage?

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* 2. In working to understand the meaning of the three instances of the verb “exchanged” in Romans 1:23-27 is it necessary to address the verb “giving up” at the same time?

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* 3. Is it significant that Professor Brownson’s table omits 61% of the words in the passage in question?

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* 4. Is the chiastic analysis of Romans 1:18-29 a legitimate reflection of Paul’s message in that passage?

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* 5. Are the words “were consumed” of verse 27 tied to the word “unnatural”  from verse 26 as in the table or are they better associated with the words of verse 22, “Claiming to be wise, they became fools”?

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* 6. With his understanding of “unnatural” does Dr. Brownson succeed in providing evidence that Romans 1 does not prohibit a certain activity that goes contrary to a universal standard, but instead, prohibits activities that are done to the extreme?

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* 7. Which analysis of the two, the table given by Professor Brownson or the chiastic structure, more  accurately reflects the biblical message of Romans 1?

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* 8. Does the word “unnatural” from verse 26 carry the meaning of “extreme”?

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