From: Bill Ross (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 23 1999 - 14:29:39 EST
Is it possible - grammatically - to translate it as "the whole lifetime",
"from world age to world age", "lasting from age to age" etc as I've seen
such in certain essays at the local theological library?
I have a related question. Is there a Greek term which is not ambiguous that
could have been used? Is there are koine word that explicitly and undeniably
means "eternal?" Is it used in the NT?
In other words, we would not choose "for ages" if we wanted to be clear that
we meant "eternal." Would a Greek? Would they grab one of the words above?
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