From: George Goolde (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Dec 17 1999 - 11:31:19 EST
<x-flowed>wross wrote: (Is that William Ross? I apologize for not knowing your
name, but your post was not signed)
The term "reconciled" APOKATHLLAXEV does not have the same sense as in
"reconciled" in English. Etymologically it comes from tearing down a wall.
The sense is that one person tore down their side of the wall, not that
two were reunited into unity. Hence...
How did you determine this was the meaning?
George A. Goolde
Professor, Bible and Theology
Southern California Bible College & Seminary
El Cajon, California
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