From: N & RJ Hanscamp (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 27 2000 - 21:17:57 EST
I have several question about Luke 21.28, and will try to restrict them to
the parameters of this list :-), even though I am trying to get it to
preach on Sunday!
ARXOMENWN DE TOUTWN GINESQAI ANAKUYATE KAI EPARATE TAS KEQALAS hUWN DIOTI
EGGIZEI APOLUTRWSIS hUWN.
First: "Stand up and raise your heads" I can understand that this is not
literal, but what could a "figurative" meaning be, or have meant to greek
Second: (venturing dangerously close to theological meaning) Pauline
APOLUTRWSIS is (normally/often) a freedom from sin/s, or from the
body. Here it seems to be neither. Any guesses?
Rev Nigel Hanscamp
Matamata Union Parish
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