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Some of my Bible studies

Posted by daysha , 16 September 2010 · 184 views

Paul often uses a 'greek construction' where he compares two things. Like the two sides of a coin. When we see the word μὲν followed shortly after by the word δὲ we know he is comparing two things.
For example:

Romans 2

Side 1:
:25 "For circumcision indeed profits if you practise the law;"

Side 2:
"but if you are a transgressor of the law, your circumcision becomes uncircumcision"

Romans 5

Side 1
"for on one hand judgment is of one offence to condemnation,"

Side 2
"on the other the free gift is out of many offences to justification."

Romans 6

Side 1
:10 "For in that he died, he died once to sin;"

Side 2
"but in that he lives, he lives to God."

Source: Paul Sheedy - Facebook today.




Lol! meant to be MY Bible studies and I do a copypaste of someone else's work!
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