Re: Mari Broman (was Aorist resources)
Don Wilkins (email@example.com)
Mon, 9 Dec 1996 20:13:15 -0500 (EST)
At 6:51 PM 12/9/96, Jonathan Robie wrote:
. . .
>Using Mari's interpretation, "now is the son of man glorified, and God is
>glorified in him." The glorification does not refer to the past - Jesus has
>not yet been crucified - it refers to the "now" in the sentence. Exactly
>when is a matter of interpretation (the time of Christ's crucifiction? the
>time of his ascending into heaven? the time of his resurrection?), but it
>clearly isn't in the past.
Jonathan's post provides another opportunity to illustrate the point I
attempted to make previously. To him, the glorification *must* be future,
thus one must accept this as a possible meaning of the aorist indicative.