4 It may not be: and let God be true, and every man a liar; as has been written, That thou mightest be justified in thy words, and mightest conquer in thy being judged.
5 And if our injustice shall recommend the justice of God, what shall we say God not unjust bringing in anger? (I speak as man)
8 And not, (as we are defamed, and some have declared us to say,) That we should do evil things, that good things might come: whose judgment is just.
9 What advantage therefore have we? Not in any way: for we before accused both Jews and Greeks, all to be under sin.
12 All have bent aside, together have they become unprofitable: there is none doing good, there is not even one.
13 Their throat an opened tomb; with their tongues have they used deceit; the poison of asps under their lips:
19 And we know that whatever says the law, it speaks to them in the law: that every mouth be shut, and all the world be culpable to God.
20 Therefore from the works of the law shall no flesh be justified before him: for by the law the knowledge of sin.
21 But now without law the justice of God has been made apparent, being testified by the law and by the prophets;
22 And the justice of God by faith of Jesus Christ to all and upon all believing: for there is no distinction:
25 Whom God had set before a propitiatory by faith in his blood, for a manifestation of his justice by passing over of sins before existing, in the sufferance of God;
26 For the manifestation of his justice now in time: for him to be just, and justifying him of the faith of Jesus.