METANOIA and METAMELOMAI
Steven R. Lo Vullo
doulos at appleisp.net
Sat Aug 25 15:43:23 EDT 2001
on 8/25/01 4:41 AM, Iver Larsen at iver_larsen at sil.org wrote:
> As Clay has already pointed out, their entry for METANOEW is "to change one
> s way of life as the result of a complete change of thought and attitude
> with regard to sin and righteousness."
> The main entry for METAMELOMAI is "to change ones mind about something,
> with the probable implication of regret."
In light of L-N's mention of the probable implication of "regret," would you
feel comfortable in saying that, in general, METAMELOMAI contains an
emotional element that METANOEW lacks?
Steve Lo Vullo
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