Romans 7:14 ¶ For we know that the law is spiritual: but I am carnal, sold under sin. QUESTIONS: 1. Is the body of the saint still subject to the power of sin - death? 2. The Law is spiritual but is the entire saint spiritual - spirit, soul and body? 3. Does Paul distinguish between various aspects of his being in regard to what aspect is "sold under sin" and what aspect is not? 4. Does the unregenerate man have an "inward man" that delights in the Law of God and what aspect of human nature is he referring to, since it would imply he is not referring to the "outward man"? 5. If the "flesh....this body of death.....my members" are still subject to the power of sin, death and destruction then what aspect of the unregenerated man is not? 6. How is it that the unregenerated man has "the will is present to do good" if Romans 8:7 is descriptive of the unregenerated man? 7. How can the unregenerated man say "It is no longer I that" sin but claim the source of sin is "in my flesh"????? 8. How is it the the "law of sin" is in war with "law of God" in connection with the "inward man" versus "in my flesh"???