Mail for Don Wilkins

Date: Tue Apr 02 1996 - 18:43:53 EST

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Doug Jantz
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Subject: psallo

Could you give me some info on psallo? I come from from a background of
non-instrumental Churches of Christ. I no longer believe their teaching on
psallo to be correct, and am with an instrumental church preaching.

I have been researching this for almost 3 years, aiming to write a book on
this in the future. If psallo can refer to vocal AND instrumental, why
translate as only *sing* in Eph 5 and Col 3? This is the main basis of the
argument: *the text says to sing, so that excludes anything else!* As you
can tell, the argument is full of holes anyway.

As a translator, does the translation of psallo as *sing* mean to exclude
anything else?

Doug Jantz
Winona, MO


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