From: Tony Costa (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jun 28 2001 - 17:20:41 EDT
> My view of John 14:16 is roughly
> > ALLOS "another of the same kind,"
> > hETEROS "another of a different kind" :
> compare the English Greek-derived words "heterodoxy" and "allotropy".
> distinction is not cut-and-dried, as others have posted. But in John
> we could reasonably infer that the ALLON PARAKLHTON is of the same
> as the first Paraclete in 1 John 2:1, PARAKLHTOV ECOMEN PROS TON PATERA
> CRISTON DIKAION.
> But immediately we get into forbidden theological territory, so I'll end
> there without further ado.
> Revd Ben Crick, BA CF
> 232 Canterbury Road, Birchington, Kent, CT7 9TD (UK)
You make a good point with Gal 1:6-7 in regards to the comparison of ALLOS
and hETEROS. I also call your attention to 2 Cor 11:4 where Paul speaks of
ALLON IHSOUN, PNEUMA hETERON and EUAGGELION hETERON. The AV or KJV
translates ALLOS and hETEROS in this passage as simply "another". If ALLOS
can mean "one of the same kind", and hETEROS can mean "one of a different
kind". how does this relate to the passage in 1Cor 11:4? Just thinking.
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