From: Mike Sangrey (msangrey@BlueFeltHat.org)
Date: Fri May 25 2001 - 17:20:42 EDT
on 5/25/01 10:20 AM, Matthew R. Miller wrote:
> Thus, any student of
> New Testament Greek may study for himself the use of words in context and
> essentially do just what Thayer, or any other scholar, has done.
c stirling bartholomew <email@example.com> replied:
> This assumes that your student has had several decades of training in
> philology and lexical semantics so that he can make proper use of the
> data found in the NT, LXX and numerous extracanonical sources.
> This is assuming a lot is it not?
Respect the person; question the evidence.
And never is a person above the evidence.
And, terse statements like this leave out a lot. <smile>
"The first one last wins."
"A net of highly cohesive details reveals the truth."
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