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Some argue that Romans 1:18, et seq. concerns Gentiles alone:

18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth.
19 For what can be known about God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them.

Yet it would hard to find a more plain example of such suppression than that contained in Jeremiah 36:

5 And Jeremiah ordered Baruch, saying, “I am banned from going to the house of the LORD,
6 so you are to go, and on a day of fasting in the hearing of all the people in the LORD’s house you shall read the words of the LORD from the scroll that you have written at my dictation. You shall read them also in the hearing of all the men of Judah who come out of their cities.
7 It may be that their plea for mercy will come before the LORD, and that every one will turn from his evil way, for great is the anger and wrath that the LORD has pronounced against this people.”

Jeremiah is forbidden to speak at the Temple: God’s prophet is banned from God’s special place of exhibition in the creation. He is forbidden to warn unrighteousness men and women about the wrath of God which is being revealed from heaven against all unrighteousness.