was: 3rd-person imperatives in the Lord's Prayer (etc)

From: Stephen C. Carlson (scarlson@mindspring.com)
Date: Tue Aug 19 1997 - 23:09:34 EDT

At 09:50 8/19/97 +0400, Carlton Winbery wrote:
>Would you agree with Bishop Robinson's thesis about the authorship of II
>Peter? You seem a bit selective in your citation of witnesses and data.

For those not in the know, Robinson proposed that the author of 2 Peter
is Jude, acting as Peter's agent. This is one of the most interesting,
if not one of the most far-fetched, ideas in his book.

Stephen Carlson

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