John 20:28

Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu
Fri Jan 25 14:42:57 EST 2002


At 9:13 AM -0800 1/25/02, Randy wrote:
>Greetings,
> I was talking to a person on another forum and he maintained that
>grammatically HO KYRIOS in John 20:28 was referring to God the Father.
>Setting aside theological considerations, does the grammar allow for this
>understanding?

The grammar might allow for it, but quite apart from any theological
considerations, it's hard to see how the context of the preceding and
following verses would permit hO KURIOS to be understood as referring to
any other than Jesus.
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Carl W. Conrad
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