Uncondemned - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Uncondemned

[ 1,,G178, akatakritos ]
rendered uncondemned" in Acts 16:37; Acts 22:25 (a, negative, katakrino, "to condemn"), properly means "without trial, not yet tried." Sir W. M. Ramsay points out that the Apostle, in claiming his rights, would probably use the Roman phrase re incognita, i.e., "without investigating our case" (The Cities of St. Paul, p. 225).

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