Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Jesus' wife, Anastasia?

Acts 17:18 reports the reaction of philosophers in Athens to Paul's preaching of Jesus and the resurrection: "He seems to be a preacher of foreign divinities." Since "divinities" is plural, Jesus and the resurrection must be the subject. The Greek word "anastasis" is feminine, hence Jesus and "anastasis" or Anastasia must be the "divinities." All of which indicates that one is responsible for what is perceived as well as what is preached.

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