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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g4350 Greek: proskopto


"to strike against," is used of "stumbling,"

(a) physically, Jhn 11:9, 10;

(b) metaphorically,

(1) of Israel in regard to Christ, whose Person, teaching, and atoning Death, and the Gospel relating thereto, were contrary to all their ideas as to the means of righteousness before God, Rom 9:32; 1Pe 2:8;

(2) of a brother in the Lord in acting against the dictates of his conscience, Rom 14:21.
See BEAT, No. 6.

2 Strong's Number: g4417 Greek: ptaio


"to cause to stumble," signifies, intransitively, "to stumble," used metaphorically in Rom 11:11, in the sense (b) (1) in No. 1; with moral significance in Jam 2:10; 3:2 (twice), RV, "stumble" (AV, "offend"); in 2Pe 1:10, RV, "stumble" (AV, "fall").

Note: For aptaistos, "from stumbling," Jud 1:24, RV, see FALL, B, Note (6).


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