This article is a response to Walter Moberly's critical appraisal of my interpretation of Rom 9–11.¹ It seeks, on the one hand, to locate more specifically the hermeneutical disagreement between Moberly and me, concluding that Moberly (unlike me) continues to privilege historically "original" meaning. It argues, on the other hand, for a relational hermeneutic that enables creation ex nihilo to function as a valid interpretational frame of reference (for both Rom 9–11 and Deut 32), thus addressing Moberly's charge of "anachronism."

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