Having charged that Jews are liable to God’s judgement against sin, Paul anticipates outrage. His indictment of Jews raises important questions about God’s covenant and character. Are not Jews God’s historic, chosen people? Did God not make promises to them? Does God’s covenant with them mean nothing? Here, we are invited to listen in as Paul masterfully answers cutting objections—objections that ultimately fault God. The scene transcends the moment and reveals something fundamental to the human heart. Sinners tend to justify self while judging God, especially in matters concerning human sin and divine sovereignty. What shall we say? Only the self-righteous presume to put God in the dock.