From: Ron Stephens (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Oct 02 1995 - 22:58:13 EDT
At 12:28 PM 10/2/95, Paul Watkins wrote:
>I'm sorry I'm sending this to the Bible list instead of the Greek list, but for
>some reason my server keeps on telling me that my email@example.com address
>is invalid. Anyone know why? I hope there might be somebody on this list that
>can answer my questions.
>I have two questions. One, what is the theological ramifications of "eike
>episteusate" in 1 Cor. 15:2? Exactly what is meant by "eike" and how does that
>fit in with othodox epistemology? It appears to present a theological delimma
>to the whosoever-believes-is-saved orthodoxy. I would appreciate an
>verses 1 and 2, if it isn't too much trouble.
>As my knowledge of Greek grammar is not yet sufficient to answer this next
>question, please forgive my ignorance: in Hebrews 10:26 where does the word
>"if" come in? "Ekousiws gar hamartanontwn hemwn" (am I spelling that right in
>English?) - is it inherent in the declension of one of those words? If so,
>which class does the protasis fall into? Theologically, I would expect a 2nd
>class condition but I'm not knowledgable enough to determine if that is so.
>Please write to me directly, as I am not currently subscribed to the list.
>Grace College and Seminary
In His service,
Ron Stephens / CLCC@pacifier.com
"Jesus is alive, Elvis isn't"
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