Rev. Mark Creighton (email@example.com)
Fri, 30 Aug 1996 12:23:33 -0700
> > > To all you Greek Scholars,
> > >
> > > Luke 14:34 kalon oun alas. ean de kai to alas morantha, en tini
> > > aptuthasetai.
> > > Now salt is good, but if in fact the saly has been made ineffective, how
> > > shall it be seasoned?
> > >
> > > -In this context the good salt refers to the Christin disciple, mature
> > > Christian who has reflected the glorious light of the gospel of Christ.
> > > In this verse is there a third class condition?
> > > What is the result if the salt that was once good becomes ineffective?
> > > Can this salt be returned to its former effectiveness?
> > > What part does the future passive play here?