Isn’t it bad grammar to say cats and blind?
Trying to tell someone a translation is wrong. Not only is the Greek word an adjective they way it is written is bad grammar. It is written “fools and blind” correct grammar would be “blind fools” just as it would be “blind cats”. Let alone the Greek word as I said is an adjective and so should be translated “Foolish and blind” later the same word in the same book is correctly translated as “foolish”.
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