God so loved the world
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
>> Just checking my understanding of the sense of Greek in Jn 3:16, which
>> 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
> argued against the traditional interpretation on his web site and was
> surprised to find that Raymond Brown (Anchor Commentary on the gospel)
> the traditional view. The thread was entitled 'hOUTWS Jn3.16 "In this
> and ran from 4/1/00 to 4/5/00 and may be read in the archives, at
> 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?
Prof. Joseph A. Weaks
Adjunct Instructor of Religion
Austin College, Sherman, Tx
Office: Sherman 126
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