From: Carl W. Conrad (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 26 1998 - 09:51:50 EST
At 8:33 AM -0600 11/26/98, Will Wagers wrote:
>Thomas J Logan writes:
>> The Greek however does not stand by itself
>>but stands within the context of the of the most theological of all types of
>>literature : a text which claims to be the very words of God Himself.
>Where in the GNT is this claim made?
THIS THREAD HAS CROSSED OVER THE BOUNDARY LINE. IT'S NO LONGER ABOUT GREEK.
UNLESS YOU HAVE SOMETHNG TO SAY ABOUT THE GREEK OF THIS PASSAGE, PLEASE
DON'T ADD TO THIS THREAD.
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