for March 13
suneidesis - Part 1 - συνέιδριον (Strong's #4892)
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Bill Klein has been a pastor, counselor, and educator for the past 36 years. He has had extensive training and educationin biblical languages, and has authored a Biblical Greek course.
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This week our focus is on a very important word from the Greek New Testament, συνέιδριον (Strong's #4892, pronounced “sön ā dā sēs”) which means conscience orto be consciously aware. This is a word compounded from σύν (Strong's #4862, pronounced “sön”) which is a preposition meaning “with” and οἶδα (Strong's #1492), pronounced “oi dä”)meaning “to know” or “to comprehend.” Basically, συνέιδριον means " to know with something else " but a translation more readily understood in English would be " to know something aboutone's self" or " to be conscious of something."
Συνέιδριον expresses a shared knowledge with one’s self. This shared knowledge comes from individualized experience. ...