[B-Greek] Time and Reference

Michael Aubrey mga318 at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 3 14:03:27 EST 2008

I don't know how far I'd go into theology with this. 
For one, Even if humans view time in this manner,
why should that mean God does?

The point is mere that we can no more access the past any more than the future,
which is why we use metaphor to describe them.


From: Debi Berg <debinc at comcast.net>
To: b-greek at lists.ibiblio.org; Michael Aubrey <mga318 at yahoo.com>
Sent: Monday, November 3, 2008 10:41:06 AM
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] Time and Reference

Very interesting comment then on verbal aspect and God's Nature of Infinity, no? 
One Big Now, subdivided into past action which continues to have present 
effects, even if only due to the cessation; subdivided into the future, even 
again if only due to being future, much like a seed?  Seems like many verses in 
Bible would have additional layers of significance if we viewed their verbs this 


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