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There does seem to have been a developing sense of divisions of the Hebrew scriptures in the Second Temple period, with 'the Law' and 'the Prophets' mostly settled, but further divisions were still up in the air. The prologue of Sirach, written around 130 BC, mentions the Law, the Prophets, and 'the rest of the books of our fathers': Many great ...


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it appears the problem is with the translation of ek pistews Jesou Kristou which should be read in Lithuanian order for English translation (i.e the order of the genitives needs reversing) "from out of Christ Jesus's faithfulness" and the verse becomes: But the Scripture did imprison everything under sin so that the promise from out of Christ Jesus's ...



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