From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 06 2000 - 12:00:05 EST
This thread has been fueled largely by doctrinal concerns rather than a
concern for what a particular Greek text can be shown to mean almost since
the beginning of it. More recent contributions to it have simply cited
"proof texts" by reference rather than offered any argument about the
Greek. I would ask therefore that any who wish to continue to discuss this
matter do so OFF-LIST!
At 11:52 AM -0500 3/6/00, Bob Wilkin wrote:
>On 03/05/00, "email@example.com" wrote:
>> It may be that the two kinds of belief in John's Gospel refers to
>> not an immature belief later developed into a mature one, but
>> to a belief never associated with regeneration versus a belief
>> necessarily associated with it.
>The idea that there are two types of faith in the NT is hard to grasp.
>Let's take the example cited here, of John 20. It is suggested that the
>disciples experienced true, saving, regenerating faith after the
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