From: B.J. Williamson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 20 2000 - 23:13:07 EDT
>The use of EGENETO seems to take on various meanings in translation. My
>question is mostly concerning its use in John 1:6, EGENETO ANTHROPOS
>APESTALMENOS PARA THEOU. Does this infer that Johnís existence was
>specific to the purpose of the introduction of the Christ?
I would be more inclined to see John's specific purpose of introducing
Christ coming from APESTALMENOS PARA QEOU, rather than EGENETO.
Perhaps I have overlooked the intent of your question.
B. J. Williamson
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