Date: Fri Sep 15 2000 - 22:43:49 EDT
In a message dated 09/15/2000 1:30:54 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
One example that you may want to check is John 12:41. There John tells us
that Isaiah spoke concerning Christ and saw His glory. If you check the
passage to which John is referring in Isaiah 6:1-7, he calls Him YHWH
Sabaoth (the LORD of Hosts) in Isaiah 6:3. >>
Actually, the glory of the Messiah was seen in Isaiah 53, and is duly noted
in the peculiar LXX uses of "glory," there.
Then we have the possibility that the Targum reading of Isaiah 6 (the glory
of the Shekinah of the Lord) has some influence on John.
But John 12:41 does not involve a use of the divine name, at all.
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