Re: Junia an Apostle or Junia considered prominent by the Apostles?

From: Harold R. Holmyard III (
Date: Tue Apr 04 2000 - 11:41:32 EDT

Dear Eric,
     I am not closely acquainted with John Chrysostom's work, but he seems
to have gotten the first part of his exposition wrong, the part about
"fellow prisoners." I have never seen modern commentators take the word to
mean sharers in bad experiences. They take SUNAICMALWTOUS literally to mean
"fellow prisoners."
     This fact may be unrelated to his handling of other words in the verse.

                                        Harold Holmyard

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