From: Jim West (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 07 2000 - 14:52:44 EST
At 02:31 PM 2/7/00 -0500, you wrote:
> In 1 Clement 24:2 we read: IDWMEN AGAPHTOI THN KATA KAIRON GINOMENHN
>ANASTASIN, "We should consider, beloved, the resurrection that happens
>KATA KAIRON." What do you think of rendering it "...the resurrection that
>happens all the time," instead of something like "at the right time" or
>"at the right season" or the like?
Wouldn't that require CHRONOS or the like? Further- what exactly is a
resurrection that happens all the time?
> The text goes on to say that day and night reveal the resurrection
>(since the day appears when the night departs, etc.) as do the crops,
>which make their regular appearance after sowing. This is just before the
>famous passage of the Phoenix, which also proves the resurrection (!).
But such examples, I think, merely support the "certainty" of the
resurrection (i.e., it is as certain as the day follows the night...)
Thats all I have- an opinion. But I dont think there is anything amiss with
kairon as normally rendered.
And see ya in Atlanta?
Jim West, ThD
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