From: RUSSELL RANKIN (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Oct 15 2000 - 02:26:47 EDT
RE: the phrase THN ZWHN THN AIWNION.
RE: "AIWNIOS is a two-termination adjective" [Conrad]
What is the preferred English translation when used as an adjective?
Wilson's Diaglott [literal]: "the life the age-lasting"
KJV: "that eternal life"
Bauer [by Arndt/Gingrich]: "eternal life"
Vincent: "the eternal life"
Revised: "the eternal life"
TCNT: "that immortal life"
George Ladd [I have been told] suggests generally, "life in the age to come"
Minister, Church of God (Abrahamic Faith)
Maple Grove, MN
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Sent: Friday, October 13, 2000 7:22 PM
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