[B-Greek] Romans 11: who is you?

David Weiner cdweiner at comcast.net
Sat Oct 10 09:51:35 EDT 2009


The singular 'you' is used in this passage several times.  The plural 
'you' had been used earlier in verse 13.  Can we know if the singular 
'you' here is referring to an individual or a group?  And, if so, then 
'who' is being referenced?

17 EI DE TINES TWN KLADWN EXEKLASQHSAN SU DE AGRIELAIOS WN ENEKENTRISQHS 
EN AUTOIS KAI SUGKOINWNOS THS hRIZHS THS PIOTHTOS THS ELAIAS EGENOU

18 MH KATAKAUCW TWN KLADWN EI DE KATAKAUCASAI OU SU THN hRIZAN BASTAZEIS 
ALLA hH hRIZA SE



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