Nailed to the Cross


In Colossians 2:14 we read the words, "nailed it to his cross", referring to the handwriting of ordinances that was "against us".
But the Greek which the Apostle Paul actually wrote does not say this. He actually wrote the words "tw staurw" which, without any shadow of a doubt, mean "the cross", not his cross
Why then, have they been mistranslated ?
This book forthrightly answers the question.
[It should be noted that the words on page 18, line 22, "And so they did" are ambiguous and will be removed in any later edition.]
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nigel johnstone,
13 Oct 2012, 08:45