From: Jonathan Robie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 09 1998 - 06:41:28 EST
At 12:24 PM 2/10/98 +0100, Rolf Furuli wrote:
>(2) The words hOUTOS HN EN ARCHi PROS TON QEON makes (A) very problematic
>because the most natural interpretation of the English words is that "the
>Word" and "God" are convertible terms, and this clashes with the
>preposition PROS. One individual who is PROS another individual can hardly
>be identical with this individual.
Could you expand on this? I don't see the convertible terms in the phrase
hOUTOS HN EN ARCHi PROS TON QEON.
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