Mike Phillips (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 22 Sep 1996 22:14:54 -0700
> From: "Carl W. Conrad" <email@example.com>, on 9/22/96 9:15 PM:
> comes from a good and not uncommon verb, PARAINEW, advise, exhort, etc. It
> is used to distinguish sections of NT letters that are offering ethical
> advice or exhortation from parts that are doctrinal exposition. In the
> Synoptics I suppose it must be used for the sections concerned
> fundamentally with Jesus as ethical teacher, as in the Sermon on the Mount
> or Sermon on the Plain.
> Hope that helps.
Immensely. Thanks, Carl.
A word is not a crystal, transparent and unchanging;
it is the skin of living thought and changes from day
to day as does the air around us. - Oliver Wendell Holmes