[b-greek] EILIKRINHS - sincerus?

From: Ruben Gomez (rubeng@infotelecom.es)
Date: Tue May 29 2001 - 08:08:27 EDT

Dear List members,

In his Thru the Bible Commentary, J. Vernon McGee links the
word sincere in Philippians 1:10 (Gk. EILIKRINHS) with the
latin word "sincerus", asserting that "sincerus" means "without

Could any of you point me to an academic resource where
this relationship between EILIKRINHS/sincerus/without wax
is substantiated? Thank you.

Please send a copy of your reply to my email address, since
I only receive the digested version of the List.


Ruben Gomez

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