[B-Greek] PAS in Colossians 1:15-20 and tense in v.20

kgraham0938 at comcast.net kgraham0938 at comcast.net
Fri Oct 5 09:01:57 EDT 2007

I would say that PASHS KTISEWS is the same as TA PANTA.  Some would disagree but I think that is what the context is arguing.

And yes, all things have been reconciled through Christ.  Everything governed by that hOTI clause has already happened.

Kelton Graham 
KGRAHAM0938 at comcast.net

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From: kramer kramer <brews4jesus at yahoo.com> 

> B-Greekers, 
> I have two questions about this passage. 
> First, the usage of PAS. 
> v.15 PAS KTISIS "every creature" 
> v.16 PAS "all things" 
> v.17 PAS "all things" 
> v.18 PAS "all things" 
> v.20 PAS "all things" (KJV) 
> Does PAS refer to the same group of individuals in each of these verses? 
> Secondly, APOKATALLASSO is in the aorist tense. Does this necessary mean that 
> Christ has already reconciled PAS? 
> -Kramer 
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