OUK AP' ANQRWPWN OUDE DI' ANQRWPOU ALLA DIA IHSOU CRISTOU KAI QEOU PATROS
TOU EGEIRANTOS AUTON EK NEKRWN
Actually, Paul clarifies this himself in the remainder of chapers 1 and 2.
But specifically, he means to say that it wasn't human beings who
commissioned him (OUK AP' ANQRWPWN) nor was it a human intermediary of
(divine) authority (OUDE DI' ANQRWPOU). Rather it was Jesus Christ himself
and God the father who raised him from the dead.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University
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