From: Carlton Winbery (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 20 1999 - 23:36:49 EDT
Nigel Hanscamp wrote;
>TAUTA LELALHKA (UMIN PAR (UMIN MENWN
>The Johannine choice of (UMIN PAR (UMIN MENWN seems interesting to me.
>Jesus is not described as just being META (UMIN (with you), but
>"remaining", just as the spirit "remained" on Jesus in 1.32.
>or am I seeing more in this than is actually there. Is the above phrase
I would say that this is normal Johannine Greek, rather simple. Jn 14:25,
TAUTA LELALHKA hUMIN PAR' hUMIN MENWN " I have told you these things while
still with you." The verb MENW seems to be thematic in John from the
question in 1:39, POU MENEIS to chapter 15 where it occurs over a dozen
times. George Caird suggested in a lecture at the schools in Oxford in 1983
that the question in chapter one is answered later in the assertion that
"the Father is in me and I am in him."
The verb LELALHKA is also repeated several times in 14-17. It seems also to
Dr. Carlton L. Winbery
Foggleman Professor of Religion
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