emory2002 at hotmail.com
Sun Aug 27 12:02:29 EDT 2000
2 Cor. 5:10
BHMATOS TOU CRISTOU
Regarding the BHMA, were there two very different and separate uses for this
I was under the impression that the BHMA was a judgment seat in a negative
sense (judicial), but that it also was a rewards ceremony place, a place
where judgment was not used in any judicial or legal sense.
If the latter alone where intended, how then does EITE AGOQON EITE FAULON
function in this rewards ceremony?
Is there any extra-biblical use where BHMA was used in its "rewards
ceremony" sense with FAULON being related to this ceremony?
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