The opening of 1 Peter

Kevin W. Woodruff cierpke at prodigy.net
Fri May 17 15:11:32 EDT 2002


Waldo:
Tthey modify EKLEKTOIS

chosen in congruence with foreknowledge

chosen by means of/for the purpose of sanctification

chosen for obedience/sanctified for a life of obedience/you were chosen and
sanctified for obedience

Kevin




At 11:13 AM 5/17/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>PETROS APOSTOLOS IHSOU CRISTOU, EKLEKTOIS PAREPIDHMOIS
>DIASPORAS PONTOU, etc........
>
>KATA PROGNWSIN QEOU PATROS, EN hAGIASMWi PNEUMATOS,
>EIS hUPAKOHN KAI hRANTISMON hAIMATOS IHSOU CRISTOU
>
>
>Here is my question... what do all these prepositions
>modify?
>
>KATA PROGNWSIN
>EN hAGIASMWi PNEUMATOS 
>EIS hUPAKOHN
>[EIS} hRANTISMON 
>
>
>Waldo Slusher
>Calgary, AL
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