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"And not for ours [as Jews} only, but for the whole world also."  This means the whole without distinction.  For, under the old Covenant, Propitiation for sin was provided only for Israel.  But now, Propitiation is without any such distinction.  It cannot mean without exception; for then all must be saved: and there is no occasion for us to write another word.  The contrast between Jews and Gentiles is markedly shown by the special word used for "our's". The word "our" occurs twice in this short sentence.  The first is the simsple personal pronoun (hemon) of us.  The second is the word (hemeteros). which means 'ours' in a very special, peculiar, and particular sense; ours in direct contrast with others, stated or clearly implied.  See all its occurrences, Acts 2:11. our tongues; 24:6, our law; 26:5, our religion; Rom 15:4, our learning; II Tim. 4:15, our words; Tit. 3:14, our's [who belong specially to us]; I John 1:3 our fellowship.  So here, it is not for ours only [as Jews] but for the whole world also [without distinction]."