From: Steven Cox (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 11 1998 - 11:21:15 EST
Hmmm, tricky one! The question on glorification is reasonable
from Jo7:39 which you quote, but then what do we make of NUN
EDOXASQH in 13:31? ...perhaps this is one of those NUN which
applies to something very nearly NUN but not "now" as we'd use
it in English? If so Jo7:39 and 13:31 have the death and/or the
resurrection, not the ascension, in mind by "glorification".
PS One could cheat and work backwards from the event you're looking
for (in John20:22) to this answer anyway :-)
At 07:21 98/03/11 -0700, Edgar Foster wrote:
>In John 7:39, John says that there was "no spirit" during Jesus' earthly
>hOTI IESOUS OUPW EDOXASQH.
>What is the 'glorification' that John refers to. Some link it with Jesus'
>resurrection. Could it also extend to Jesus' Ascension? Is there a link
>7:39 and 1 Tim. 3:16?
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