From: Bill Ross (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Mar 22 1999 - 17:39:06 EST
My take on EPIBALLW:
* I find the AcCordance definition an uncharactistic usage in the NT
* "siezed" seems like it "makes sense" with the other usages but seems a bit
Most of the uses and the etymology seem to imply laying one thing upon
EPIBALLW is a cognate with PERIBALLW which is a veil thrown around the
In the LXX it was used to translate PARASH in Numbers 4:6.
Might Peter have thrown something over himself in shame??!
"Throwing [something] over [his head], he wept."
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