From: Philip L. Graber (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 12 1996 - 14:07:08 EST
On Tue, 12 Nov 1996, Rod Decker wrote:
> The significance lies, of course, in whether the last two elements are
> equal, parallel members with the first three, or if they are to be treated
> as a joint (hyphenated?) member. (Granville Sharp rule does NOT apply here,
> BTW, since the nouns are plural).
> apostles or apostles
> prophets prophets
> evangelists evangelists
> pastors pastors-teachers [or: pastors, even teachers]
How about: apostles, prophets, evangelists, and pastors and teachers (the
latter two being more closely tied to each other than to the rest of the
list, but not being identical to each other)?
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