From: Jason Hare (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 13 2000 - 03:33:11 EDT
The SKANDALON is a "cause for stumbling," period. EN AUTWi /does/ refer to
the light. "The one who love his brother abides in light, and there is not
a cause for stumbling in it (i.e., the light)."
In other words, if you are in the light you see where you are walking and
won't trip over anything. :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Wilson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Biblical Greek" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2000 10:34 PM
Subject: [b-greek] It's time to reveal a scandal
> 1 John 2:10
> hO AGAPWN TON ADELFON AUTOU EN TWi FWTI MENEI, KAI SKANDALON EN AUTWi OUK
> A commentary I am reading indicated that SKANDALON may represent a snare
> that "causes others" to become entrapped or to stumble, or it may be that
> the SKANDALON here is a reference to the fact that "within" this brother
> loves, there is no internal spiritual condition whereby he might "cause
> himself" to stumble.
> Are there any determining factors that would help shed some light on this
> (no pun intended)?
> Can SKANDALON be either:
> 1. that which we do that would cause others to become entrapped
> 2. that which causes ourselves to entrap ourselves
> BTW, EN AUTWi is rejected by one commentary as referring to "in it (the
> light)," since it would be redundant to say there is no cause of
> in the light.
> That was quite a scandal. Sorry to have to expose this.
> Thank you,
> Mark Wilson
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