grant at cajun.net
Tue Dec 21 07:59:27 EST 1999
I would like to just reemphasize if I did not already clarify.
I'm interested in a variant translation that each may have based on their understanding of the Greek. Isn't that what B-Greek is far where translation will eventually have its highest accuracy (hopefully) due to the number of lovers of truth along with the mile long college degrees? (little humor) I have gotten a few to do so. I have tried to be objective carefully and respectfully considering the viewpoint. As Carl Conrad wisely pointed out (i'm open to correction), we could each have our endless source of theology, but please explain the Greek. That's what I really want. I did not intend to "throw down the gauntlet" to a specific creed or challenge their beliefs.
consider my original post
>>>>>It seems that two interpretations result.
On one hand, Jesus does not attempt equality." This seems to agree with
opponents of the Trinity.
Yet, on the other hand, KJV's translation and others shows Jesus as not
considering his equality as robbery or that his equality was wrong.
Which of the two translations agrees more with what the bible writer
Notice that I left some disclaimer (seem).
so which agree more with the greek? It was a simple and innocent question. One must agree that it can be used as support for any doctrine and especially, in my opinion, the trinity.
What I merely desire of B-Greek is to hear the explanation of the translation and then form an opinion of theology on my own.
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