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“What is implied by this word kolpos - the place from which Jesus had come, to which he returned, and demonstrably never left, except for a few brief hours?”
“But we move from there into understanding that from the Father's heart, the kolpos tou patros, the bosom of the Father in John's Gospel; from there comes the mission that takes the Gospel to the ends of the earth.”
“The bay of Berenice, for example, was for this reason known in ancient times as akathartos kolpos, and is still known as 'Foul Bay'; it can only be navigated with the greatest care by native pilots accustomed to the various aspects of the water, which in many places only just covers the treacherous reefs.”
“The Greek aidoion sometimes meant vagina and sometimes the external sexual parts; kolpos was used for the vagina alone.”
“But this is unintelligible until it is remembered that our Lord is often spoken of by the Fathers as [Greek: hê dexia tou hypsistou ... kolpos de tês dexias ho Patêr].”
“[Illustration]] [Footnote 2: It is observable that Ptolemy in his list distinguishes those indentations in the coast which he described as _bays_, [Greek: kolpos], from the estuaries, to which he gives the epithet of "lakes,”
“Ceylon, maintains a distinction between the ordinary bays, [Greek: kolpos], of which he specifies two corresponding to those of Colombo and”
“We notice the son's head pressed into the folded upper garment of the elderly man - itself suggestive of the Greek New Testament kolpos - where it is the hollow formed by the upper forepart of a loose garment, bound by a girdle and used for carrying or keeping things.”
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