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Acts 7:51

Context
NETBible

“You stubborn 1  people, with uncircumcised 2  hearts and ears! 3  You are always resisting the Holy Spirit, like your ancestors 4  did!

XREF

Ex 32:9; Ex 33:3,5; Ex 34:9; Le 26:41; De 9:6,13; De 10:16; De 30:6; De 31:27; 2Ch 30:8; Ne 9:16; Ne 9:30; Ps 75:5; Ps 78:8; Isa 48:4; Isa 63:10; Jer 4:4; Jer 6:10; Jer 9:25,26; Jer 17:23; Eze 2:4; Eze 44:7,9; Zec 7:11,12; Mt 23:31-33; Ac 6:10; Ac 7:9,27,35,39; Ro 2:25,28,29; Eph 4:30; Php 3:3; Col 2:11

NET © Notes

sn Traditionally, “stiff-necked people.” Now the critique begins in earnest.

tn The term ἀπερίτμητοι (aperitmhtoi, “uncircumcised”) is a NT hapax legomenon (occurs only once). See BDAG 101-2 s.v. ἀπερίτμητος and Isa 52:1.

tn Or “You stubborn and obstinate people!” (The phrase “uncircumcised hearts and ears” is another figure for stubbornness.)

tn Or “forefathers”; Grk “fathers.”



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