From: B.J. Williamson (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jul 14 2000 - 10:33:29 EDT
>And in both cases (Isaiah and 1 Cor) the use of the middle indicates that
>the persons concerned are not totally passive but that some action on their
>part is required too in the washing process.
You may not find a better response than this one from Ward. This response
refects an excellent grasp of the Greek Middle in this context.
A recent discussion took place on Acts 22:16. In case you were busy, simply
apply this definition of the Middle to the two Middles in 22:16 and you've
B. J. Williamson
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