[B-Greek] Mark 11:22-24
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Wed Jul 25 15:42:48 EDT 2007
On Jul 25, 2007, at 11:50 AM, Ted Clore wrote:
> Considering the context of the verses and that "whosoever" is a
> Relative Pronoun, is there any reason to take the "whosoever"
> outside of the context of the Disciples and apply it to anyone on
> I would see os as referring to the Disciples limiting the audience
> of the comment and any reading that would apply this to someone
> else would be a philosophical preferrence read into the text.
> Thank you for your consideration.
> Ted Clore
MARK 11:22 KAI APOKRIQEIS hO IHSOUS LEGEI AUTOIS: ECETE PISTIN QEOU.
23 AMHN LEGW hUMIN hOTI hOS AN EIPHi TWi OREI TOUTWi: ARQHTI KAI
BLHQHTI EIS THN QALASSAN, KAI MH DIAKRIQHi EN THi KARDIAi AUTOU ALLA
PISTEUHi hOTI hO LALEI GINETAI, ESTAI AUTWi. 24 DIA TOUTO LEGW
hUMIN, PANTA hOSA PROSEUCESQE KAI AITEISQE, PISTEUETE hOTI ELABETE,
KAI ESTAI hUMIN.
JAMES 1:6 AITEITW DE EN PISTEI MHDEN DIAKRINOMENOS: hO GAR
DIAKRINOMENOS EOIKEN KLUDWNI QALASSHS ANEMIZOMENWi KAI hRIPIZOMENWi.
7 MH GAR OIESQW hO ANQRWPOS EKEINOS hOTI LHMYETAI TI PARA TOU KURIOU,
What basis do you have for limiting the reference of hOS AN to the 12?
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