The main problem with any of the gospels is that we have none of the originals, and thus thru eons of erroneous translations errors get made. The New Testament did not exist before 330 AD. What you
Good morning, Gregory. If I understand your question correctly, you're asking what is the indefinite part of the clause in "for whosoever will" in Romans 10:13. It's "whosoever." Whoever, by his
Dear Gregory, I'm afraid your question can't be answered as posed. One might expect the KJV use of "whosoever" to correspond to a Greek indefinite relative pronoun ὅστις (hostis)
Dear Grinca, it's only because of your desperate cry contained in the question title ("please answer even it is outside of your expertise i badly need an answer") that I do answer your question.
The usual Catholic argument is that Mary was declared as "full of grace," but his could simply be a statement about the degree of divine favour to be chosen, not a statement about her sinlessness.