Accents, my friend! The pause brings us ἀμήν, since it is followed by a comma, and ἀδελφός takes its accent on the antepenult in the vocative singular (ἄδελφε). ♥
Sorry for the nerdiness.
Oh, I see. It's an attempt to twist the Greek language in order to smooth over an apparent contradiction within the Gospels. Gotcha.timothy_p_mcmahon wrote: ↑December 23rd, 2019, 10:32 pmNo doubt here’s the Agenda.
https://biblestudyforlife.com/PDF/compa ... df#page496