B. D. Colt babc2 at home.com
Sat Sep 22 22:01:53 EDT 2001

On 23 Sep 01, at 9:06, B. Ward Powers wrote:
> Upon which thought, I would comment to Carl:
> But in interpreting this passage (which is at the end of the chapter Harry
> is asking about) we must bear in mind that "through" here - in Greek like
> in English - can have the meaning "during the experience of", "throughout
> the whole of the time of"  as much as "by means of", "as a result of".
Are you referring here to something in a previous verse?  Or am I being 
thick?  I cannot find in this verse anything that I have learnt to translate as 

Barbara D. Colt, mailto:babc2 at home.com
St John the Evangelist, San Francisco

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