That ye may be (ina genhsqe). Rather, "that ye may become" (second aorist middle subjunctive of ginomai, to become). Blameless (amemptoi). Free from censure (mempomai, to blame). Harmless (akeraioi). Unmixed, unadulterated as in Romans 16:19 . Without blemish (amwma). Without spot, "unblemished in reputation and in reality" (Vincent). In the midst of (meson). Preposition with genitive. Crooked (skolia). Old word, curved as opposed to orqo, straight. See on "Ac 2:40". Perverse (diestrammenh). Perfect passive participle of diastrepw, to distort, to twist, to turn to one side (dia, in two). Old word. See Matthew 17:17 ; Acts 13:10 .