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reviewed Approve Why does Matthew use the plural form of “Key(s)” as opposed to other singular references according to the original Greek texts?
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comment Why does Matthew use the plural form of “Key(s)” as opposed to other singular references according to the original Greek texts?
@Susan good thought...please see edit.
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comment Why does Matthew use the plural form of “Key(s)” as opposed to other singular references according to the original Greek texts?
@Susan thanks...its very interesting how some translations seem to equate David's keys to David's"glory."
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accepted What is the Greek meaning of “this” in Matthew 16:18?
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comment Is the Greek of “you” in Mathew 18 singular or plural and what does this say about who is granted authority?
Thank you. That makes the grammar clear. I also hope for more in depth commentary about "authority" within the contexts of these passages. Is there anything in the original Greek that eludes to whether or not Peter's authority specifically binds and looses (overrules) the others' authority?
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comment Is the Greek of “you” in Mathew 18 singular or plural and what does this say about who is granted authority?
@Caleb Thanks :-)
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