From: Dennis Hukel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 28 2001 - 11:45:14 EDT
Mark Wilson wrote:
>>>Does not the word EKTRWMA denote an "early" something,
whether a premature birth, miscarriage, stillborn, or abortion.
I do note that BDAG suggests a "later" idea here as well, but where
are the references to support that. Does this word ever denote
a "later" anything?<<<
The elements making up this word (EK TRW MA) would suggest "the effect of some sort of trama in being expelled". I
suggest this is the understood nuance which is behind the Greek usages discussed. In Paul's case of conversion, his
"rebirth" would more closely fit a birth which was tramatically induced rather than strictly untimely or premature.
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