God so loved the world

Joseph Weaks j.weaks at student.tcu.edu
Wed May 1 16:32:40 EDT 2002



On Monday, April 29, 2002, at 06:09  AM, Carl W. Conrad wrote:
> At 6:40 AM -0400 4/29/02, richard smith wrote:
>> hOUTWS YAR HGAPHSEN hO QEOS TON KOSMON, hWSTE TON hUION TON MONOGENH
>> EDWKEN
>>
>> Just checking my understanding of the sense of Greek in Jn 3:16, which 
>> is
>> somewhat different from my previous understanding.
> This issue was hashed out in discussions on this list in April of 2000 
> in a
> thread of several days' duration. It was introduced by Joseph Weaks who 
> had
> argued against the traditional interpretation on his web site and was
> surprised to find that Raymond Brown (Anchor Commentary on the gospel) 
> held
> the traditional view. The thread was entitled 'hOUTWS Jn3.16 "In this 
> way"'
> and ran from 4/1/00 to 4/5/00 and may be read in the archives, at
>
> 	http://www.ibiblio.org/bgreek/test-archives/html4/2000-04/36317.html
>
> I endeavored to uphold the traditional view.
> --
>
> Carl W. Conrad
>

It seems to be a good test case for how much one emphasizes morphology.  
Isn't it nice we can agree to disagree?

Joe Weaks


Prof. Joseph A. Weaks
Adjunct Instructor of Religion
Austin College, Sherman, Tx
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