From: Carl W. Conrad (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Oct 01 1998 - 09:24:55 EDT
If it is not, whether precisely or preciously, a GREEK question, then
PLEASE let's not discuss it! The Greek of this text is interesting enough,
but we are NOT going to get embroiled in a doctrinal question on inerrancy.
At 1:28 AM -0500 10/1/98, Timo Flink wrote:
>This is not preciously a GREEK question but... This nest paragraph was
>taken from Robertson's Word Pictures. Any comment on this one?
>Especially to that point that Quirinius was there twice...
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