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accepted How did the Greek “charis” come to imply “favor?”
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comment How did the Greek “charis” come to imply “favor?”
Yes, you are correct: the dictionary definition contains that meaning. However, I don't think that would make sense to the average person on the street - not even the average Christian (unless they were charismatic and paying attention). I think I meant in my question to focus on the contextual meaning of the Greek word - let me try to re-phrase my question.
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asked How did the Greek “charis” come to imply “favor?”