[b-greek] Re: sunagoge verses episunagoge

From: George Athas (gathas@ausisp.com)
Date: Wed Aug 01 2001 - 20:43:18 EDT

| Actually, the Didache states, "On the Lord's Day of the Lord gather together,
| break bread and give thanks, after confessing your transgressions so that
| your sacrifice may be pure."

Perhaps. But the use of episunagoge doesn't beg the interpretation which the devotional
Mark received proposes. You could say that modern people may infer from it that this is a
good thing to do, but I very much doubt whether that is what the NT author intended it to
mean. There is no logical mandate which demands such an interpretation from the word or
the context.

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