[B-Greek] Ephesians 5:5 "TOU XRISTOU KAI QEOU"
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Sat Jul 2 13:07:34 EDT 2005
To the first part of your question:
How about taking as 'God's kingdom of Christ'?
In Mathean style it would be 'Kingdom of Heaven of Christ'. In other
words this is not Christ=God.
On 7/2/05, David Bielby <dbielby at bloomingtonvineyard.org> wrote:
> In Ephesians 5:5 we have this phrase "OUK EXEI KLHRONOMIAN EN TH BASILEIA
> TOU XRISTOU KAI QEOU."
> My question is the construction of two nouns with one article at the end.
> How much weight should we put on this when
> translating it.that is can we say that this supports the deity of
> XRISTOU.does KAI here mean 'EVEN' because of the
> lack of an article with QEOU? Is that a reasonable option? Why or why not?
> I have toyed with translating this phrase.
> Doesn't have an inheritance in the Kingdom of Christ who is God. Or
> .Christ, even God. What thinkest thou?
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