Date: Thu Feb 04 1999 - 19:01:32 EST
Greekers, Denny Diehl here
>May I chime in to support Carl's "hesitant suggestion" about
>ANHR in the Feeding of the 5000 accounts, that ANHR can
>be used in a non-gender-specific sense.
I've also wondered about PATHR being used in a "non-gender-
specific" sense. E.g., in Heb 11:23
"By faith Moses, when he was born, was hidden for
three months by his parents ( PATERWN )..."
One would think PATER would be "father", but in regard to
Ex 2:2-3 Moses' mother
"hid him for three months. But when she could hide
him no longer, she got a wicker basket ... then she
put the child into it..."
What do you think? Are there other examples?
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