From: Bob Stevens (imamai@rmi.com)
Date: Tue Nov 24 1998 - 10:25:13 EST

I am a timid new user and a relative neophyte in the language. My question
relates to the use of CEIROGRAYON in Colossians 2:14. Some sources state
categorically that this refers to the Mosaic Law. Others indicate that it
suggests some sort of bond signed by the hand of a debtor. The context
seems to support the former, but I have the unpleasant sensation that I am
missing something.

Any insights?

Bob Stevens

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