From here through WOB10j, we go through a Live BibleWorks search and tracing, of chained eis prepositions in the New Testament (here, beginning in Matthew), showing its cause-and-effect usage, so you can see that same 'syntax' is followed in Romans 10:10 -- therefore the second "mouth" eis clause is an EFFECT, not a cause of salvation. (BTW, in this video I mistakenly say Romans 10:9, but you can see onscreen both uses of the preposition are in Romans 10:10.)

Eis chaining parallelling, cause-and-effect construction in Matthew: 6:26, 8:28, 8:32, 9:1, 9:17, 10:5, 10:41, 13:30, 14:22, 15:17 (very important, ties to Rom10:10), 15:39, 17:15, 18:8, etc.

File Name: EisChain1.avi, 3/3/09.

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