Joint-heirs with Christ
). A late rare double compound, in Philo, an Ephesian inscription of the imperial period (Deissmann, Light from the Ancient East
, p. 92), papyri of the Byzantine period. See 1 John 8:29 for this idea expanded. Paul is fond of compounds of sun
, three in this verse (sunklhronomoi, sunpascwmen, sundoxasqwmen
). The last (first aorist passive subjunctive of sundoxazw
(purpose), late and rare, here only in N.T.