From: Mike Sangrey (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 01 2000 - 09:15:17 EST
Ben Crick <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> So the author of Matthew means the whole O.T. corpus, right up to and
> including John the Baptist. That would probably include what we call
> the Pseudepigrapha as well (such as the Books of Enoch, etc, apparently
> cited in 2 Peter and Jude).
You know, I hadn't looked at it like this. The question immediately
popped into my mind of whether John potentially wrote something. I
PANTES GAR hOI PROFHTAI KAI hO NOMOS hEWS IWANNOU EPROFHTEUSAN:
also refer to the oral tradition? The plural verb would then refer to the
plurality of messages, not writings or authors. Interesting.
Thanks Ben; this is thought provoking.
It's OK to think differently, just think together.
Sooner or later that will bring out our faults;
then we can deal with them...together.
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