From: waldo slusher (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Feb 02 2002 - 21:40:18 EST
> Luke 7.8 has
> KAI GAR EGW ANQRWPOS EIMI hUPO ECOUSIAN TASSOMENOS .
> . .
> Here the usage would seem to be passive rather than
I did research this verse many days ago but discarded
it since the men were placed under him in virtue of
his position/title. There was no choice being made
here, and I agree, Luke's other usage in Acts 28 is
But I must apologize for opening up this theological
can of worms. I really had no idea it would escalate
into this discussion. I realize we all subscribe to
theological positions on a choice basis rather than a
grammatical basis, so please kindly omit this question
from future discussions.
My most sincere apologies to all
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