From: Jonathan Robie (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 09 1999 - 07:08:24 EST
At 06:00 AM 3/9/99 -0600, Carl W. Conrad wrote:
>In view of the fact that EIDETE is aorist indicative
Oooops.....(turns five shades of red....)
>and the verbs here are
>of perception: hearing, vision, I don't see how #1 is even conceivable.
OK, I have to agree with you.
>I think #2 is most likely. Are there any clear-cut instances of TELOS meaning
>purpose/goal/aim in the GNT other than 1 Tim 1:5? It seems to me that "end
>result" is the required meaning here, and I would understand the
>parallelism between Job and Jesus to lie in the vindication of the
>suffering of each.
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