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The Greek word translated as “Socrates’ is actually a compound that means “save from death” and “power over”, so the intent of the compound is to point to one who has power over life and death—and that one is Christ.

Harold North Fowler, in his introduction to The Apology, says that the “high moral character and genuine religious faith of Socrates are made abundantly clear throughout this whole discourse. It would seem almost incredible that the Athenian court voted for his condemnation, if we did not know the fact.”

When we keep in mind the true intent of the compound translated as “Socrates” then we can be certain that it was not the Athenian court that voted for the condemnation and death of this man with a “high moral character” but rather a multitude of people who were influenced by the members of the Sanhedrin in Jerusalem.

BEHOLD THE MAN! reveals how inaccurate and misleading English translations have been of ancient Greek literature and the author makes a compelling case for Christ being at the center of THE ILIAD, CLASSICAL GREEK DRAMA, PLATO, AND GREEK LITERATURE FROM HERCULANEUM.
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ISBN: 9781491807385
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