From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 19 2001 - 08:13:12 EST
I asked the question, and I want to thank Iver personally on-list for this
splendid and thorough response (although I won't repeat the entire message,
as it is archived).
At 2:05 PM +0100 2/19/01, Iver Larsen wrote:
>> At 7:35 AM +0100 2/18/01, Iver Larsen wrote:
>> >We should also remember that "teaching" in the NT is not primarily a
>> matter of
>> >pedagogy, but a question of discerning true teaching from false teaching.
>> What is the basis or evidence for this, Iver? In particular, are you making
>> that assertion with regard to the pastoral letters or to the GNT more
>Yes, I believe it is general in the GNT and in the time and culture of the NT.
>There are different kinds of evidence. The main type of evidence not
>evidence from modern culture.
Carl W. Conrad (ret.)
Department of Classics/Washington University
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