1 Cor. 7:14 -- legitimate?
rmatlack at juno.com
Tue Sep 26 18:56:54 EDT 2000
hHGIASTAI GAR hO ANHR hO APISTOS EN THi GUNAIKI KAI hHGIASTAI hH GUNH hN
APISTOS EN TWi ANDRI EPEI ARA TA TEKNA hUMWN AKAQARTA ESTI NUN DE hAGIA
I have run across this proposed translation for 1 Cor. 7:14:
"For the unbelieving man has been made a legitimate husband through the
believing wife, and the unbelieving woman has been made a legitimate wife
through the believing husband. Otherwise, your children would be
illegitimate; but as it is they are legitimate."
Is there any basis for translating hHGIASTAI as "has been made
legitimate" and AKAQARTA as "illegitimate" and hAGIA as "legitimate"? I
don't seem to see it, but perhaps I am missing something. Thanks for your
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