From: Trevor and Margaret Nicholls (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Oct 02 1999 - 17:11:54 EDT
1 Cor 6:18
FEUGETE THN PORNEIAN PAN AMARTHMA
O EAN POIHSH ANQRWPOS EKTOS TOU
SWMATOS ESTIN O DE PORNEUWN EIS
TO IDION SWMA AMARTANEI
What a tricky verse (apart from the first two words).
I would like to ask a couple of questions.
Do EKTOS and EIS give the same sense as our
"external" and "internal"?
Is TO IDION SWMA ("his own body") clarifying
the body referred to in TOU SWMATOS or is it
contrasting this with some other body?
(I know many commentators see one as the
"one-body-many-members" body and the other as
an individual body - but it looks to me like IDION
is on the wrong body if this is so).
Trevor and Margaret Nicholls
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