From: Stephen C. Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 07 1998 - 23:15:22 EDT
At 05:35 5/7/98 -0400, Perry L. Stepp wrote:
>> Thats fine. But just because one author uses a word one way does not mean
>> that another uses it exactly the same way (and yes, John and 1
>> John are from different authors).
>Can't let that pass, can I.
>This assertion should not be stated as accepted fact, when, in fact, it is
But, Perry, I think there is one sense in which you might be willing
to consider that the use of a word in 1Jn5:16 and Jn14:14 to be from
different authors: Jn14:14 is a quotation of Jesus, 1Jn5:16 is not.
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