What Is Paul Referring to in the of Romans When Talks of the Law?

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When Paul spoke of 'laws' in Romans, he was likely referring to the Laws of Faith as in Romans 3:27, the Laws of the spirit of life in Romans 8:2, and the Laws of Christ in Gal 6:2 .
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