From: Edgar Foster (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Sep 04 1998 - 23:22:27 EDT
I have a question that has NOTHING to do with the deity of Christ. I
My question is concerning Phil. 4:13:
PANTA ISXUW EN TWi ENDUNAMOUNTI ME
I wonder who the One empowering Paul is. Is there a grammatical way to
prove who the referent i, in Phil. 4:13? In the past, I've concluded
that it was God the Father. But I wonder what others think.
There is also a textual issue here, regarding whether XRISTWi rightly
belongs in this passage. Textual issues aside, can a definite referent
be pinned down grammatically?
MAKARIOS hO ANAGINWSKWN-Revelation 1:3
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