RE: Eternity

From: Bill Ross (
Date: Fri Mar 19 1999 - 14:00:05 EST

I'm not quite sure what you're saying about the Jude passage above when you
say "AIWNIOU 'represents' eternity"; AIWNIOU is an adjective here in
agreement with PUROS, the whole phrase PUROS AIWNIOU dependent on DIKHN,
which is the object of hUPECOUSAI; 'upholding the judgment of everlasting

I thought AIWNIOU literally meant "of ages" and only context dictated
whether or not it was "endless?"

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