The meaning of Also in the Bible
(From International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)
ol'-so: In the Greek kai, when it is equivalent to "also" or "even," is always placed before the word or phrase which it is intended to emphasize (e.g. Acts 12:3; I John 4:21). Matthew 6:14 should therefore read, "Your heavenly Father will forgive you also"; Luke 6:13, "Whom also he named apostles"; Hebrews 8:6, "The mediator of a better covenant also"; and I Thessalonians 4:14, 'If we believe that Jesus died and rose again, so also (we believe that) those who are fallen asleep in Jesus, God will bring with Him.'
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