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Luke 10:29 DBY

29 But he, desirous of justifying himself, said to Jesus, And who is my neighbour?

References for Luke 10:29

    • f 10:29 - Aorist tense; difficult to express in English. It gives the sense that he wanted to make out that he was in that state, not that he was obtaining it: see ch. 9.60,61, where 'suffer,' 'allow,' and 'bid adieu' are all aorists.

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      • a 10:7 - Or 'as may be [offered you] by them.'
      • b 10:15 - Hades: see Note, Matt. 11.23.
      • c 10:19 - Exousia: see Matt. 10.1. The second 'power' in this verse is 'dunamis'.
      • d 10:27 - Deut. 6.5.
      • e 10:27 - Lev. 19.18.
      • f 10:29 - Aorist tense; difficult to express in English. It gives the sense that he wanted to make out that he was in that state, not that he was obtaining it: see ch. 9.60,61, where 'suffer,' 'allow,' and 'bid adieu' are all aorists.
      • g 10:39 - Many read 'the Lord.'