Re: Synoptic list [off-topic]

From: roseann (
Date: Tue Mar 07 2000 - 21:35:20 EST

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<DIV><FONT color=#000000 size=2>Hello B-Greekers,</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT color=#000000 size=2></FONT><FONT size=2>I'm looking for input on how
the word &quot;of&quot; is being used in Acts 2:38 in regard to the Holy
Spirit.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Is there something in the sentence that would be a cue
of whether Luke is using the word &quot;of&quot; to mean FROM the Holy Spirit or
&quot;of&quot; meaning the Holy Spirit Himself?&nbsp; My contention is tha the
latter, (speaking of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit)&nbsp; but others on
another discussion list insist it means &quot;from the Holy Spirit&quot; -
whatever the gift might be.&nbsp; Please contact me privately if this is not the
place to answer.&nbsp; Thank you.God bless,<BR>Roseann Ekman<BR>Thomas St.
Church of Christ<BR>Altus, OK<BR>
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    <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2><BR><BR>&nbsp;</DIV></FONT>Kevin Smith wrote:
        <FONT size=-1>Greetings</FONT> <FONT size=-1>I am looking for input
        about the difference in wording between Luke and the other synoptics in
        a given passage. My question falls outside the scope of B-Greek. Is
        there a list devoted to the synoptic gospels or Lucan literature? If so,
        where would I find it?</FONT>&nbsp;<FONT size=-1>Since this is an
        off-topic question, please respond off-list.</FONT>&nbsp;</BLOCKQUOTE>But it
    may be of interest to others on B-Greek, especially the relative newcomers.
    <P>The answer is: yes. Synoptic-L. Owned and co-moderated by B-Greek's own
    Mark Goodacre. You'll find information about Synoptic-L and practically all
    other academic e-Lists related to biblical studies at
    <P>Jeffrey <BR>&nbsp;
    <P>-- <BR>Jeffrey B. Gibson <BR>7423 N. Sheridan Road #2A <BR>Chicago,
    Illinois 60626 <BR>e-mail <BR>&nbsp;


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