Re: 1 Cor 6:18

From: Ben Crick (
Date: Wed Oct 06 1999 - 05:43:46 EDT

On Tue 5 Oct 1999 (15:15:14), wrote:
> 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?

 Dear Steve,

 Probably from /Republic/, 396, hAMARTANOUSIN EIS AUTOUS TE KAI EIS ALLOUS.
 Some think EIS means "against"; some that EIS means "into", the act of


 Revd Ben Crick, BA CF
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