From: Steve Puluka (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Oct 05 1999 - 18:15:14 EDT
<x-flowed>>From: Jim West <email@example.com>
>At 11:31 PM 10/3/99 +1300, you wrote:
> >Hi Jim
> >So every (other) sin is outside the body? Even
> >pride, cursing, etc.?
>In an odd sort of Platonic way, yes. If I read Paul right here he is
>saying that adultery/fornication is a sin which one commits against
>oneself, while other sins are sins which one commits against another.
I have heard others comment that this comes from a Platonic dualism as well.
Do you know where in Plato's works Paul is drawing this analogy from?
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