From: Mark Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 12 2001 - 23:02:10 EST
METOCOI GAR GEGONAMEN TOU CRISTOU EANPER THN ARCHN THS hUPOSTASEWS MECRI
TELOUS BEBAIAN KATASCWMEN
I have a question on the Perfect of GEGONAMEN used with MECRI TELOUS.
Does this verse say that we could become partners AT THE END of this process
if certain conditions are reached? In other words, whether or not we
"become" partners is only determined at the end (MECRI TELOUS), right?
Or put another way, before the end is reached, we can not become partners in
that this verse is describing, since becoming a partner can not take place
Either way, how should we understand the Perfect of GEGONAMEN here?
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