Why do we also stand in jeopardy every hour?
(ti kai hmei kinduneuomen pasan wran?
). We also as well as those who receive baptism which symbolizes death. Old verb from kinduno
(peril, danger), in N.T. only here and Luke 8:23
. Paul's Epistles and Acts (especially chapter Acts 19:1
ff) throw light on Paul's argument. He was never out of danger from Damascus to the last visit to Rome. There are perils in Ephesus of which we do not know ( 2 Corinthians 1:8
) whatever may be true as to an Ephesian imprisonment. G. S. Duncan (St. Paul's Ephesian Ministry
, 1930) even argues for several imprisonments in Ephesus. The accusative of time (pasan wran
) naturally means all through every hour (extension).