From: Keith Thompson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 17 2001 - 17:01:52 EDT
Thanks for the replies, I get what ANTITUPON means now. So it must be
related to BAPTISMA? Is it in apposition to it?
This is how I would translate it, (1 Peter 3:21)...
Which also now saves you, the real thing (of which that previously
mentioned is a likeness), baptism...
Is this correct? And if the idea is correct is there a better way to
express ANTITUPON than what I wrote, i.e. with just one or two English
Keith Thompson (Manchester, UK)
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