From: SPAWN OF A JEWISH CARPENTER: CINDY SMITH (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 28 2002 - 01:37:32 EST
In Romans 16:1, is DIAKONON accusative feminine singular common?
I have seen it translated "deacon" and "deaconess" and think "deacon"
is the correct translation. Could DIAKONON be masculine?
Cindy Smith I have further observed under the sun that
firstname.lastname@example.org The race is not won by the swift,
email@example.com Nor the battle by the valiant;
firstname.lastname@example.org Nor is bread won by the wise,
Nor wealth by the intelligent,
Me transmitte sursum, Nor favor by the learned.
Caledoni! -- JPS Ecclesiastes 9:11
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