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Acts 4:8-12

Lit bit from something I'm working on about the word "salvation" referring to the story of the lame man healed by Peter, and his response to the authorities about that healing in Acts 4.

Clearly the context calls for saved, salvation, to mean healing in this passage. Peter had just healed a lame man and the authorities are asking how the lame man was healed. I suggest that "must be saved" at the end means something more like: there is no other name under heaven given to mankind that irresistibly compels the deliverance, healing, rescue of the oppressed. 


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