From: Carl W. Conrad (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jul 18 2000 - 12:38:59 EDT
At 6:58 PM +0300 7/18/00, Kimmo Huovila wrote:
>Luke 10:29: "hO DE QELWN DIKAIWSAI hEAUTON EIPEN PROS TON IHSOUN..."
>It seems that the semantics of DIKAIOW are flexible enough to include
>the meaning 'to show/demonstrate one to be righteous'. There is no
>declaration of righteousness in the context (of Luke) as such, nor of
>making someone righteous, but rather an outward attempt at demonstration
>of one's (supposed) righteousness.
I quite agree that Luke's usage of DIKAIOW is different from the Pauline
usage in Galatians and Romans; but as we were speaking of James 2:21, I was
arguing that it is the Pauline usage that is at play there.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University
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