Rom 3:24 EN CRISTWi IHSOU

lance w seevers lws39 at juno.com
Sun May 26 23:28:02 EDT 2002


Isn't IHSOU both considered dative and genitive?
walt seevers
On Sun, 26 May 2002 23:21:16 -0400 "richard smith" <rbsads at aol.com>
writes:
> Rom 3:24 DIKAIOUMENOI DWREAN THi AUTOU CARITI DIA THS APOLUTRWSEWS 
> THS EN
> CRISTWi IHSOU.
> 
> This use of EN CRISTWi seemed interesting to me. I am somewhat aware 
> that
> Paul uses the phrase in multiple ways, but is it typical to refer to 
> Jesus
> as in Christ?
> 
> The translations do not seem to render the phrase in English with 
> any
> special significance. But surely Paul had some intention with the 
> phrase?
> 
> I searched the archives, expecting to find something of a discussion 
> of EN
> CRISTWi.  The search did not find any discussion of the phrase 
> either in
> general or specifically as IHSOUS EN CRISTWi.
> 
> EN CRISTWi,
> 
> Richard Smith
> Chattanooga, TN
> 
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