2 Cor. 5:1
steve at allegrographics.com
Mon Aug 16 10:40:57 EDT 1999
>I wonder what members of this list think about this observation. I have
>generally taken EAN and ECOMEN in 2 Cor. 5:2 as "If . . . then we are
>to have." Conversely, Scott says that we (believers) already have the
>"house from God." Its a fascinating argument and one that I am
>extremely curious about.
I wonder since OIKODMHN EK QEOU is AIWNION EN TOIS OURANOIS if the opposite
view could not be construed. AIWNION is like God, eternal, without
beginning or end, so it would have to be there already, maybe the EK QEOU
gives us an idea of its working, coming from or out of God, it is therefore
eternal with him. The AIWNION part leans me toward Scott.
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