Date: Sun May 18 1997 - 12:32:01 EDT
John 10:30. It is worth noting that this says "I and the father are 'hen,'"
the neuter (not heis, the masculine) word for one. From of old commentators
have argued that this means that Jesus and his Father are one in pupose, not
in person. Jesus prays that his followers will be "hen" just as he and his
father are "hen" (17:22). It seems that there are other verses in John which
more clearly suggest "Jesus is God" than 10:30 (e.g., 1:1; 1:18; 20:28).
Trin. Evan. Div. School
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