Date: Mon Nov 15 1999 - 16:54:08 EST
LAMBANW generally means either "to take" or "to receive." The verb in Heb
2:16 has an EPI prefixed to it. From my understanding, when EPI is
prefixed to a verb, it intensifies the word. Thus, could the word mean
either "he fully took (for) himself," or "he fully received (for)
On Sun, 14 Nov 1999 10:0:29 "Dmitriy Reznik" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Dear friends,
> Could you please help me to understand the meaning of EPILAMBANW in
> context of Heb 2:16?
> OU GAR DHPOU AGGELWN EPILAMBANETAI ALLA SPERMATOS ABRAAM
> Is it related to its usage in Heb 8:9?
> Thank you.
> Dmitriy Reznik
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