Bryant J. Williams III
bjwvmw at com-pair.net
Wed Apr 21 10:26:44 EDT 2010
It appears that the usages found by George and others that are found in some of
the Nicene church fathers would be too late for the understanding of the phrase
as Paul uses it in II Timothy 3:16. It is great as to their understanding, but
Considering the context of II Timothy 3: 10-17 especially 14-17 GRAF QEOPNEUSTOS
is equivalent to [TA] hIERA GRAMMATA. It does not appear before Paul from what I
can find so far. Does not mean that it did not appear before hand.
Rev. Bryant J. Williams III
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From: "James Ernest" <james.ernest at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [B-Greek] QEOPNEUSTOS
> The excerpts George cites from a pseudo-Athanasian (late 4th cent? 5th
> cent.?) dialogue between one Mr. Orthodox (ORQ.) and one Mr.
> Macedonian (MAKED.) appear to be arguing for the divinity of the Holy
> Spirit by showing that the PNEUMA must be identified with or included
> in the QEOS in QEOPNEUSTOS. They're interesting, but I don't think
> they shed any light on CM's question (what does the phrase
> [deutero-]Pauline phrase GRAFH QEOPNEUSTOS imply regarding the
> inerrancy of Scripture). That's because the author of the dialogue is
> arguing, as the Migne title indicates, De sancta trinitate, not De
> sacra scriptura.
> James Ernest
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