From: Kevin Cauley (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 08 2002 - 17:59:17 EST
I wanted to weigh in on the original post, but I think I have already
hOS ESTIN SWTHR PANTWN ANQRWPWN MALISTA PISTWN
Could we consider PANTWN ANQRWPWN to be objective genitive in a transitive
way here? (See Blass and Debruener under Genitive).
So the translation would read, ". . . who is the Savior *for* all men. . .
Would that clear up the dichotomy between "the world" and "the believers" in
I.E. Man is not going to find a Savior anywhere else.
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