[b-hebrew] Isaiah 53:8
peterkirk at qaya.org
Fri Dec 10 17:54:03 EST 2004
On 10/12/2004 21:27, Karl Randolph wrote:
>...(incidently, when the Jewish writers of the New Testament looked at Koiné Greek and saw it too lacked a generalized term for "sin", they used the archery term referring to missing the target, wonder where they got that idea from?).
Perhaps from the LXX, where hAMARTIA is used 541 times (plus hAMARTHMA
36 times, hAMARTWLOS 178 times, and the verb hAMARTANW), in very many of
those cases as a generalised term for "sin".
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