Robertson's Word Pictures (NT)
Now come down (katabatw nun). Now that he is nailed to the cross.
That we may see and believe (ina idwmen kai pisteuswmen). Aorist subjunctive of purpose with ina. They use almost the very language of Jesus in their ridicule, words that they had heard him use in his appeals to men to see and believe.
Reproached him (wneidizon auton). Imperfect tense. They did it several times. Mark and Matthew both fail to give the story of the robber who turned to Christ on the Cross as told in Luke 23:39-43.
Other Robertson's Word Pictures (NT) entries containing Mark 15:32:
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