1 Tim 2:7
danstreett at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 28 16:55:27 EST 2002
Either (1) or (2) does the trick, but I think (1) is probably the best. (1) would refer back to
verse 4 ('knowledge of the truth') and reflect the objective use of 'faith' in the PE. (2) would
be redundant since 7c would then be restating the interjected oath of v7 (ALHQEIAN LEGW OU
--- Iver Larsen <iver_larsen at sil.org> wrote:
> I have a question about the relationship between a noun and a prepositional
> phrase with EN in
> 1 Tim 2:7 EIS hO ETEQHN EGW KHRUX KAI APOSTOLOS, ALHQEIAN LEGW OU YEUDOMAI,
> DIDASKALOS EQNWN EN PISTEI KAI ALHQEIAi
> Does the EN PISTEI KAI ALHQEIAi phrase refer to
> 1) the content of the teaching, so that Paul is teaching the faith/doctrine
> and truth (or the true faith/doctrine)
> 2) the manner in which Paul is the herald, apostle and teacher, that is
> characterized by faith(fulness) and truth(fulness). In this case it would be
> the teacher and his message that are trustworthy
> Any comments?
> Iver Larsen
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