fredsmith1000 at usa.com fredsmith1000 at usa.com
Sat Dec 18 11:36:14 EST 2010

I don't believe there is a separate Greek word for "faithfulness" in the N.T.; at least I don't see one.

That being said, it would seem to me that if Paul or any other N.T. author intended for an existing word like PISTIS or PISTOS to be used to mean faithfulness, he/they would have used PISTOS (faithful) instead of PISTIS (faith).

Would someone shed some light on this please?

Ren Preston

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