[b-greek] Re: present active participle in Hebr. 6:6

From: Michael Markey (mike_mikie@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed May 02 2001 - 20:32:44 EDT

--- dixonps@juno.com wrote:
> No, it does not indicate the time of the action.
> These participles are
> probably causal and should be taken as indicating
> why it is impossible to
> renew them to repentance - because, if it were
> possible to renew them to
> repentance, then it would also include a crucifying
> to themselves the Son
> of God and a putting Him to open shame. But, it is
> impossible for Christ
> to be crucified again. Therefore, it is impossible
> to renew them to
> repentance. Clearcut logical implication recognized
> and spelled out by
> the author.

Could you explain what you take repentance here to

Thank you

Michael Markey

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