From: Edgar M. Krentz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 28 1996 - 11:05:23 EDT
>Greetings from sunny Portugal.
>The fine answer Carlton L. Winbery gave to a question on SABBASI leads me
>to ask you any of you has any insights on why Hebrews 4 uses KATAPAUSIS
>for "rest" and then (v.9) changes once to SABBATISMOS?
>Thank you in advance
>Armando A. Cottim
Gen 2:3 speaks of the seventh day as blessd and sanctified by God, hOTI EN
AUTHi KATEPAUSEN APO PANTWN TWN ERGWN AUTOU, hWN HRXATO hO QEOS POIHSAI.
Hebrews knows and plays his language off of the Genesis account.
Edgar Krentz <email@example.com>
Prof. of New Testament
Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
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