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John 3:18 LEB

18 The one who believes in him is not judged, but the one who does not believe has already been judged, because he has not believed in the name of the one and only Son of God.

References for John 3:18

    • i 3:18 - Or "condemned"
    • j 3:18 - Or "been condemned"

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      • a 3:1 - Literally "the name to him"
      • b 3:2 - *Here both the pronoun and verb are understood in Greek and are supplied in the translation
      • c 3:3 - The same Greek word can mean either "from above" or "again," which allows for the misunderstanding by Nicodemus here; Jesus was speaking of new birth "from above," while Nicodemus misunderstood him to mean a second physical birth
      • d 3:4 - *The negative construction in Greek anticipates a negative answer here, indicated in the translation by the phrase "[can he]"
      • e 3:7 - The same Greek word can mean either "from above" or "again" (see also v. 3)
      • f 3:14 - An allusion to Num 21:5-9
      • g 3:15 - Some interpreters and Bible translations extend the quotation of Jesus' words through v. 21
      • h 3:17 - Or "he should condemn"
      • i 3:18 - Or "condemned"
      • j 3:18 - Or "been condemned"
      • k 3:25 - Some significant early manuscripts read "the Jews"
      • l 3:29 - Literally "with joy"
      • m 3:36 - Some interpreters and Bible translations extend the quotation of John the Baptist's words through v. 36