From: Braulio A. Barillas S. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 02 1996 - 00:13:29 EDT
Dr. Juan Stam
It's a big pleasure for me to know about you, in this group of
B-Greek. You were my teacher of the course " Eclesiastic History of the
Americas " in the year 1983 at the University Mariano Galvez ( U.M.G.) in
Guatemala,City, when I was studying Teology for my master's degree.
I have read your post of the 09/28/96 that refers to Rev. 6.6 d & edicty of
I have not found the necesary fundamentation related to your edicty of
Domitian 6.6 d. My quick opinion for your passage, is that the end of the
verse gives a reflexion to keep from the luxiries of live represented by
wine and oil, that are necesary but not indispensable, because they create
vanity in man.
The verse has a great impresion of justice through ascetism.
Sincelery all B-Greek specially Dr. Stam
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