From: Mark Wilson (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jun 16 2000 - 17:28:02 EDT
<x-flowed>hOMOIWS [AI] GUNAIKES hUPOTASSOMENAI
TOIS IDIOIS ANDRASIN hINA EI TINES APEIQOUSIN
Twi LOGWi DIA THS TWN GUNAIKWN ANASTROFHS
In 1 Peter 3:1 I have the following question:
This section seems to address the wives. Then, rather than saying “by your
conduct,” Peter uses the expression THS TWN GUNAIKWN ANASTROFHS as if he
were addressing the audience in general.
How does this section read?
Is GUNAIKES hUPOTASSOMENAI addressing the wives, or addressing an issue
How does THS TWN GUNAIKWN ANASTROFHS relate to the context?
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