rhutchin wrote:The phrase - ὁτι οὑς προεγνω - appears in Romans 8:29.
Without regard to context, how would one understand προεγνω as singular indicative aorist active. Would it normally refer to some unique individual (or group) who lived in the past?
Can the surrounding context (not Romans 8:29, necessarily, unless it is unusual) alter how one would normally understand this phrase?
Can Romans 8:29, grammatically, support different exegetical interpretations?
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